The Brasil Fazenda Primavera was carefully roasted for you by Passion House Coffee Roasters. Grown by the Fazenda Primavera in the Chapada de Minas region between 1,000 and 1,050 meters, this pulped natural offering is a perfect example of exceptional coffee from Brazil.The cup is rich and full bodied with comforting notes of chocolate, caramel, and nuts.
The coffee had a slight bitter after taste. It wasn't as smooth as expected. Typically you can tell when you are grinding the beans and brewing by the aroma the coffee produces. This coffee had minimal aroma and therefore I already knew it wasn't going to be that great. I brewed one pot. Maybe I should give it another try. Not premium coffee for sure—just mediocre.
I really enjoy this coffee! For lack of better/proper coffee words, it has a very toasty taste to it. I would definitely get it again!
Hey there, I did not like this as much as my last bag. I found it pleasant but not my typical taste preference. I think the roast level was nice, not dark, but not as nuanced and bright as an african. I really like african coffees because of the punch it typically packs.
I liked this coffee as well. It is pretty nutty as well. I also tasted a lot of chocolate in it. I would like to try one that's a little less roasty and nutty just to see the difference. I think the roast level is right on though. I thought this coffee was pretty similar to the first coffee I had which I liked as well. I would again give it between a 3.5-4. I also have liked other Brazil coffees from other roasters in the past.
It was good but I preferred the previous shipments. To me the flavor was a bit to subtle.
definitely better than the first bag
nothing special. solid for cold brew.
a week later: better in aeropress than chemex. Also flavors come through with a lower water temperature.
Meh. The chocolate is there but it falls flat taste wise. I can drink it but wont enjoy it.
It was very good coffee but it was a little too smokey/roasty for my taste. The body was good.
This made for a really *ordinary* cup, and I don't mean that in a bad way (though it has taken me a bit to dial in where it should be grind-wise). Nothing especially striking here—as you'd expect from the tasting notes—but once I had the grind right, a pleasant cup. It tended toward the sour side when ground where many other coffees I drink are, so dial it a bit finer!
One of the nuttier coffees I've had of late. Very noticeable and delicious.
Full bodied, actually tasted floral notes on top of the earthier tones.
It was excellent coffee in my humble opinion.
Yum! This is definitely the kind of flavor profile we are into! Delicious.
Really nice coffee! It had subtle notes, nothing popping, but it was smooth and tasty. Loved it.
little to bitter
Mild, a little nutty. Not my favorite coffee. Tastes flat and dull to me.
This is too dark a roast for my liking. Not quite Starbucks level overroasting, but close.
Definitely nutty, love it!
Great cup of coffee! I like the chocolate and nutty notes. This is a very balanced cup.. especially for being a single origin and not a blend. I'm a huge fan!!
Very very tasty. Thanks!
Hey, guys! This coffee was night lightly roasted at all. Definitely over roasted. Disappointed.
Solid cup of joe.
Thanks Seth for picking some excellent coffee. I loved this one too. Keep them coming!
Didn't have a real clear flavor for my taste.
Wow! This is amazing! You can send this again also! Thanks!!
this one was a little too dark for me. wasn't bad but didn't give me any standout flavors
Very tasty chocolate and almost cinnamon notes. Definitely a good coffee, but I probably prefer the more fruity, juicy and almost creamy notes from the Windrush estate. I do really enjoy this coffee's more full bodied feel though.
I think this is the best coffee i've received yet. Just wonderful. I wake up thinking about it
Really loved this coffee as espresso or drip, but really liked the way it pulled on my La Pavoni. It was great as straight espresso but also held up to milk really well!
I was pretty excited to see that this bean was on its way to me. I recently enjoyed a bag of Fazenda Rainha from Slate out of Seattle. Of the three beans from Slate that I got, that one was my favorite. Being that this was another Brazilian Fazenda, I was pumped. But this one disappointed. The smell and the taste were comparable to something I'd buy out of the bulk section at my local supermarket. The chocolate/nutty/full bodied flavors were present but this bean lacks anything special that I've come to expect of high-end coffee. I'll finish out the bag in hopes that I'll better appreciate the really good stuff that's sure to come.
Can't get this one to taste like much of anything through my chemex or aeropress.
Lovely, deep, chewy flavor. The smell when ground is almost like smelling chocolate cookies being baked. The first sip brought something earthy like ore, and then lots of chocolate and then the nutty flavors. Really enjoying.
I've had one bag of Passion House before that was really good. For some reason this bag was not very good, both compared to the last Passion House bag as well as the other coffees I've been getting from Mistobox.
Definitely enjoyed this brew.
Subdued acidity, pronounced nutty flavor, sweet.
I loved this coffee. Lightly roasted, smooth, nutty and hints of chocolate. This is a perfect desert coffee and is complemented nicely with a piece of nice dark chocolate.
Josh and Frankie
Also just very good. Maybe a little too subtle? I don't know if that is a qualification that makes sense, the other bag just seemed to have flavors that jumped out a little more. I really appreciate that in a coffee.
this is a fine cigar coffee or breakfast coffee, but isn't much of a standout on it's own.