Yellow Bourbon Natural (UTZ)
25. May 2019
Carmo de Minas
25. May 2019

Cereja
Yellow Bourbon Semi-Washed

Brazilian Specialty Coffee

Fazenda:

Arco-Íris

Region:

Santo Antônio do Amparo, Minas Gerais, Brasil

Height above sea level:

Process:

Semi-washed
Washed without use of water. A more environmentally friendly process that is used to not contaminate waterways with potassium. At this plantation this is returned to the coffee bushes as a natural supplement of minerals.
 

Variation (score)

Yellow Bourbon 15/18 (84+)

Sensory profile

Citrus, floral, fruity, creamy and dense body, medium-high acidity, high sweetness.

Certification

About Yellow Bourbon

Coffea Arabica

YellowBourbon grows best in heights between 1,100 and 2,000 meters. It originated from the island of Reunion, which was called Île Bourbon before 1789. French missionaries introduced the origins of this type of coffee from Yemen, in the early 1700s. In 1859, this type of coffee was introduced to Brazil.

In 1932, research on this type of coffee was initiated at test stations at the "Campinas Agronomic Institute", in Ribeirao Preto and Pindorama (in the state of São Paulo). >

Variants of Bourbon xanthocarpa (yellow fruits) were first examined in 1930, but the origin is little known. It may have come from a mutation of Red Bourbon, or it may have emerged as a product of the recombination of the natural cross of Red Bourbon and Yellow Botucatu.

Fazenda Arco Íris

Location

Fazenda Arco Íris is located south-west in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.

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