ARABICAS FROM THE AMERICAS
Arabicas in the Americas have light to medium body and light acidity, commonly with notes of spice and sweetness. The biggest coffee producer in the world comes from this region, Brazil. Other countries include Colombia, Guatemala, Peru, and Panama.
Brazil is the most prolific coffee producer in the world. Brazil Santos Arabica is grown at 2,000 to 4,000 feet above sea level. This is lower than the coffee-growing regions in Latin America and Africa and produces beans with relatively lower acidity. It is particularly known for its exceptionally smooth and mild flavor that is usually sweet and nutty. It has light to medium body and fine crema in espresso.
The classification Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) is given to coffee grown at altitudes of 4,500 feet above sea level. It is synonymous with strictly high grown (SHG). The SHB grown in the coffee regions of Antigua in Guatemala’s central highlands are typically wet-processed (washed), and tend to be have a full or medium body, a rich flavor, and a floral acidity that is often spicy or chocolaty.
Finca Santa Teresa is characterized by rich black volcanic soil, high altitude location, and favorable weather patterns associated with both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. It is located along a series of valleys and ridges which create a variety of microclimates and give individuality to each of its lots. These factors result in coffees with mild body, creamy mouthfeel, and notes of syrupy honey, banana liqueur, and dark chocolate.
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