Luis Paolo’s pioneering Sanctuario Sul farm is located at some of Brazil’s highest elevations. This lot was anaerobically fermented with a special yeast cultivated from Gesha cherries and molasses, bringing out a complex fruitiness in the coffee. We tasted blood orange, citrus, milk chocolate, and hibiscus, with a delicate, clean body.
🌎 Origin: Carmo de Minas, Brazil
⚗️ Process: Anaerobic Natural
🔬 Varietal: Sudan Rume
⛰️ Elevation: 1,200 MASL
Founded in 2013 as a homeware store, Kurasu expanded to showcase Japan’s incredibly influential coffee culture, from gear to roasters to the craft, before opening their own outstanding roastery. They currently have two cafes in Kyoto, as well as in Singapore and Bangkok.
Here’s how we brew this fruit-forward coffee roasted in Kyoto, Japan by Kurasu Coffee!