The Brazil Moreninha Formosa Natural was carefully roasted for you by Parisi Artisan Coffee. Located on the eastern edge of the state of Mato Grosso, Alto Paranaiba is the highest elevation region of the Cerrado Miniero, Brazil. Through persistent dedication to coffee quality, Fazenda Aurea produced a spectacular crop of coffee, grown at an altitude of 1,250 meters. This cup is fantastically full bodied, with notes of nuts and chocolate.
This is a really pleasant and smooth coffee. Great nutty notes with a rich flavour. Very well rounded.
nice nutty flavor. a solid cup
Jolene and Chris
My favorite of all that I've gotten so far. Low acid. Ultra smooth.
Roasty, nutty, Chocolately,peppery in the end. Flavors hit a little strong but do balance nice. Full Bodied.
40G coffee (coarse)
INTENSELY chocolatey cup of coffee-- I very much enjoyed it and look forward to making some cold brew with it.
I was hoping for something a little more adventurous but this was right down the middle and yet very good. It was comforting and familiar. I didn't notice any bitter or sour flavors. I'll always like hints of nuts and chocolate in any form or fashion!
Very nice. Good mouth feel. Not a weak brew.
Love to have it again
Its good. and really good for what it is but Im craving the lighter roast. This roast felt a little too much like regular drip coffee to me and I did not like it near as much as the first. That being said it is rich and nice, but not as enjoyable.
Really like it - it has a better after taste than when I first sip. It's something that I would get again for sure! Though I would like to test more sweetness to this I can't complain much about it!
I would rate this as medium bodied rather than full. Flavor profile was a bit flat. Perhaps a tad under roasted.
Really marvelous. Hope to find these beans again and again.
Perfect roast for me! This one hit the sweet spot. Not too dark, not too bright. I would be perfectly fine with a roast slightly darker or slightly lighter, which tells me this one was the perfect fit. I also think I'm generally a fan of coffees that have tasting notes of nuts, chocolate, nutmeg, and other similar flavors, as opposed to ones that are fruity or floral.
I really wanted to like this one because it's from a local roaster, but it was just okay. The grounds have a wonderful aroma. The nut/chocolate notes were not all that noticeable. I also wouldn't describe as full bodied. There isn't anything special about this one. It's easy to drink, no bitterness, but I would describe it as bland.
Very good chocolate notes and delicious taste! Highly recommend!
Love the nuttiness of this blend; definitely one of the most powerful traits. Nice dark blend, that doesn't taste burnt, but can stand up with any other dark roast out there.
This coffee was brilliant. My friends and I enjoyed this one a lot. It has the perfect soft flavor of chocolate and nuts for a relaxing cup, but it is also nice to wake you up in the morning. A great way to start the day.
I tend not to like coffees that are described as chocolate-y, but I'm realizing that may be because most of those coffees are very dark roasts that leave little room for other flavors. The Moreneinha Formosa avoids that misstep and is a smooth, slightly nutty coffee, a pleasure to drink.
The coffee was more bitter than the Mandalay and had a stronger flavor, but everything complemented itself nicely.
This was actually really bright and citrus like, which I don't care for. Tasted bitter.
There wasnt anything that jumped out about this bean. It didn't feel very full but the nutty and chocolate did come across which I enjoyed.
I'm less excited about this one. Admittedly, the flavor profile is something that I often look for in coffee-- nutty, chocolatey, lower acidity-- but this is a bit monotone. There's a good amount of chocolate, and hints of some nuttiness, but that's about it. Also, it comes across as more of a dark roast in flavor, so it's more bold and dark than I'm looking for. This coffee is fine, but I'm looking for something with more depth and complexity.
I like the more traditional taste of this blend!
Average coffee. Not very flavorful.
Good stuff. Nice 'n cozy. Liked it better with French Press. I liked this one a little less than the Rise & Shine Organic tho they are quite different. That said, I would be interested in trying more like this one.
This was the best one so far!!!! I can't really describe why because I am terrible at this tasting thing. But this was definitely the best out of all 3 I have received.
Really liked this one. The smell before brewing was amazing. A good strong cup of coffee, smooth and delicious.
This was a smooth and balanced coffee. But I felt like the flavors were simpler than I like.
Not bad. Has some great smells and mild flavor. We liked the prior shipment much more but this is still good.
Makes a nice robust cup but I kept getting some undesirable aftertaste on this one, pretty sensitive as far as extraction goes
Very solid. Liked it.
Very smooth, full-bodied coffee. The aroma reminds me of peanut butter chocolate. Very present chocolate and nutty flavors. Chemex brewing produces the most full flavor.
Pretty good. I preferred it as a cold brew. I really liked the chocolatey and nutty flavors. This has been my second favorite Mistobox coffee so far (after the La Colombe dark roast, which seemed both darker and sweeter).
Wasn't too fond with this cup. Didn't like he bell pepper notes, had a bland taste.
Really enjoyed this coffee!
Good medium roast. Standard stuff, I feel.
Very nice - rich, not at all acidic or bitter
A solid 4, extremely drinkable cup. Flavors aren't flashy, but the whole rounds out well in a subtle, enjoyable manner.
I have to say both the roaster's and curator's descriptions of this coffee's flavor are pretty spot on. It's consistently good and very easy to drink. I would recommend these beans and they smell great too out of the bag.
So soo good!
I think I may have bumped up this coffee one star simply because how amazing it smells. (Very sweet and chocolatey). I also really enjoyed its body and taste, but would have have liked it to have a tiny bit less acidity,
Great coffee. One of the best. My preference is a slightly stronger roast but this excels as a medium roast. Very smooth. Love the hint of chocolate and nuts. Winner.
The nose is great with cocoa and nuts (more like peanut than a bolder nut) Made this coffee in my french press so mileage may vary versus a true flavor taste with the toddy. Didn't overly excite my taste buds, as another reviewer stated a bit boring but drinkable.
The taste was almost too rounded. Halfway through the cup it was boring and it didn't captivate me anymore. I use the chemex as my go to and it typically pulls great flavor. It was still a good cup of coffee just not my favorite.
Overall I liked the coffee! It just wasn't necessarily the best. My all time favorite coffee is Intelleigentsia's dark roast. I hope that helps!
My mom, who likes darker roasts, really liked this coffee. I thought it was okay.
This is a fantastic roast, I was a bit hesitant at first as I'm not a big fan of chocolate notes in my coffee, but it's very well balanced when the other flavors!
This coffee is fantastic. If you like coffee with a nutty flavor and full body, then this is a must try.
Full of flavor. Pleasant and smooth.
Brewed with Kalita Wave: very complex, almost strange. Fruity, earthy. Almost too much. As an iced Kalita Wave, absolutely fantastic. Really mellows out, brings out brightness, and the flavor stands up well to being iced.
Full bodied and chocolate-y, but a bit one-dimensional. The dry and bitter cocoa finish is nice.
Reasonably decent cup using french press and Bonavita drip. When I hit it right I got some nice fruity undertones and some unexpected peanut butteriness. A finicky coffee though; it was very easy to slide from bland to over-extracted. Low acidity if you're in to that. I tend to prefer brighter flavors with higher acidity.
Surprised and disappointed that this was a top-level coffee and my first introduction to MistoBox selection. Fair upfront taste but lacking depth and no secondary flavors (except slightly bitter aftertaste). Here's my review (37 out of 50 points):Aroma: 8Acidity: 7Body: 8Flavor: 7Aftertaste: 7
Not super memorable and wasn't too deep in flavor. Enjoyed it a lot but wasn't something that I had a punch to it.
Great coffee with strong notes of hazelnut and a bit of plum. Very chocolately aroma when brewed using different pour over methods, but not much using full immersion, though the tasting notes held up. I enjoyed it most when brewed in a Chemex.
This a very classic, true, full bodied coffee. Definitely a hot cocoa aroma, with a very nutty flavor. For my palette, however, It wasn't my favorite coffee I've ever tasted. Like I said, it was very classic, and in saying that I don't feel like there was anything super original about the roast. I really prefer a fruity, floral coffee or anything that has a unique flavor profile. I do think the coffee was fresh, and the roast looked very even.
I really loved this coffee! I could definitely taste the notes of cocoa. It was also just really smooth and complimented by everything.
Great cup of coffee with very little acidity.Appreciate the full body and not too sweet taste.
I liked the hint of sweetness of this coffee with low acidity. I felt that it was full bodied without being overwhelming. This coffee is so smooth and I loved the aroma as soon as I opened the bag, very complex! I am not sure how much more of the 'notes of nuts' I would want to venture into as I also feel like this gives it a slight dry taste.
Brewed using Kalita Wave. Fairly new to brewing with pour over, before that I was using French Press. The roast was just a bit dark/bitter for my liking, but still got some very nice flavors out of it. Nose has lots of chocolate with some nutty and honey notes. Chocolate comes through in flavor accompanied by plums and hazelnuts.. Mouth feel was probably my favorite part of the coffee. Best i have gotten out of my newish Kalita this far.. Just enough viscosity without being syrupy or oily. Overall I think this is a good coffee for crowds. Non enthusiasts will enjoy the roast and approachability while nerds can still find it interesting. Hoping my next shipment is a little less bitters so I can enjoy more of the fruitiness of a naturally processed single origin.
Coffee was bland and not as described
Great flavor and taste! Roast was a little lighter than I usually prefer.
Enjoyable but not that special.
Absolutely loved this coffee. Deep, rich roasted beans. Was wonderful in the morning. Savored it. Anything leftover goes in a jar in the refrig for "iced coffee" next day! Can't wait a drop.
This was great, hazelnut and chocolate hints were not overpowering. Prepared in Espro french press, and Mochamaster dip machine.
Good! Not great. An average Brazil; an enjoyably full, creamy body that at times is reminiscent of a Snickers bar, otherwise presents a predictably basic flavor profile that fails to stand out as anything beyond average. Brewed via Kalita, V60, and Chemex. Planning and anticipating a deliciously solid cold brew to be made out of the rest.
Very good cup of coffee. Perfectly balanced
nice smooth cup of coffee - appreciate that not acidic even after cooling. would prefer slightly bolder flavor, as didn't find it to have that extra-special edge.
I liked the subtle nutty flavors--and it had a kick that woke me up! loved it.
High ratio water with this one, was strong with the standard.
I love natural process coffees, because I like that fruit-forward, juicy cherry\blueberry sweetness. This coffee really had an awesome, dark stonefruit thing going on balanced with a ton of chocolaty sweetness. This coffee is a nice break from the highly acidic heirlooms I have been trying recently, and I wish I had an espresso machine because I imagine this coffee would pull some nice shots. I'm giving it a 3 because my husband thinks it's boring, and I agree that the roast profile is a little too dark to have much complexity or terroir. That being said, this coffee was a smart place to start, I see what you did there.
Had pretty good taste later in the week when we tweaked the water ratio.
Good, full-bodied, sweet coffee. Very easy to drink but not very interesting. Fruit notes were barely detectable underneath the syrupy cocoa and cashew.
This was good. I liked the full bodiedness of it though I felt like that made it a little unremarkable.
We made this as a pour-over coffee as well as in the mokapot. As a pour over, we got a lot of nuttiness but not much full-bodied flavor. Overall, the coffee was easy drinking and well-balanced - not too acidic or bitter - and finished pretty clean. Would like to try it with a coarser grind to compare. In the mokapot, the chocolate notes are prominent, especially on the finish, which tasted of straight cocoa. The coffee was more full-bodied in the mokapot. Overall, this is a straight-forward, pretty traditional coffee. Not bad but not my favorite.
Decent first go. Could be a little more robust, with the coming cold weather.
I liked this coffee but found it a little Bitter. I'm not a coffee drinker who takes it black only. I'm not sure what words to describe the taste to me. I always compare things to Costa Rican peaberry or Venezuelan coffee and I don't know if it's how they roast it, the beans themselves, or a combination of things but that flavor is what I look for. If I don't have that then I ask myself how is it then? I came to the conclusion that I liked it but found that I needed a lot of sugar to make it palatable for me. I liked it how it went with a morning pastry. But it would have been better if it was sweeter. Kind of like dark chocolate, but I prefer chocolate with more milk and sugar. I hope that helps describe my sensation.
1st cup - Overall good coffee, but I was on the run this morning and couldn't really enjoy it as I usually do. Can't wait to try it again.
Not as flavorful as I would have expected. We used our typical ratio preparing it and it felt weak / watery. Never really tried dialing it up to adjust accordingly as it usually works across various roasts / bean types.
Flavors were good, but were a little on the weak side. The chocolate was one of the stronger flavors.
I can taste the hint of chocolate in this cup, rather balanced. It is a fantastic cup for morning coffee.
Did not get the "full bodied" cup feeling. Though smooth, and excellent nose, the taste was quite flat; almost to the point of being bland.
Nutty flavor, medium bodied, perhaps I should have brewed it a little stronger. A little too bitter for me.
Roasted almonds and milk chocolate. Requires a bit more coffee in the grinder to make the robust flavor, but once you figure that out--this is a true pleasure.
Notes were spot on. Good overall, but not anything special.
Jordan & Aaron
Light and flavorful! It's a very refreshing roast for morning coffee.
This is the best coffee I've ever had. It even tastes good when its lukewarm, which is a sign of a really good beverage.
Tasty, not bitter
The acidity on this is great! Right on. The macadamia nut note is great and very subtle. A little more fruit would make this a perfect coffee in my opinion!
3.5. Very solid.
The coffee is a little bitter, and clogged my pour-over unit with each cup. I wonder if the chocolate had something to do with my pour over brewing issues. The flavor is okay, but I would not order it again.
Medium-bodied, smooth finish with little-to-no lingering aftertaste. Very nice to drink, but nothing stood out to me in particular, either.
Very good. Perfect for us.
i loved this! Very smooth and no after taste!!!
Didn't agree that this coffee was full bodied. Although I discerned notes of nuts and chocolate, they were not memorable.
loved this coffee! well balanced and light
This is, of course, based on MY taste buds. Others' opinions may vary. Yes, there's chocolate but it's the bitter baker's variety which isn't my favorite in a cup and it lingers on the palate. I would not buy this again... FOR ME. Your taste buds may be more forgiving or refined than mine.
A subtle sweetness, that is incredibly enjoyable, certainly helped me out during my finals last week.
nice body. Full, but not too heavy. really enjoyed the smooth chocolatey finish. Great when brewed with Chemex
I really enjoyed this. It had a lot of really great flavor.
I enjoy this cup, but i have trouble grinding this on a blade grinder. Its great flavor for a medium roast. But it is a dry bean that turns to a powder easily. That makes it rough to use for pour over method.
I starred this with a 4 since I don't know what is yet to come, but I absolutely love this coffee. It is subtle and smooth but with a great flavor palate. As of late I seem to prefer the lighter roasts so I can really experience the depth of flavors. Good work on this one, thank you!
I've been enjoying this flavorful coffee immensely. It's smooth, rich, chocolatey, and creamy - very pleasant to drink early in the morning.
Deliciously smooth cup! Good chocolate notes.
Very clear, rich like a milk chocolate, with creamy and nutty taste. Also some notes of roasted wheat grain. Definitely full body.
Was not a fan of this blend. Too dark. But my turkish coffee loving brother-in-law found it perfect. Made a great gift, but too dark and bitter for my taste.