- July-September 2017
Brazil Salmo Plus Natural 2018
- UPS Flat
- 65lb Freshness
- Packed & Sealed
Region Cerrado and Sul de Minas
Ana Maria Menezes Mendonca, Andreia Galvao Nogueira, Celio Davi de Oliveira, Filomena Estefania de Mattos Gatti, and Maria das Gracas Silva
Red Catuai, Mundo Novo, Topazio, Acaia
Ratings & Reviews
by TJ roast
I started using the Salmo in my espresso blend. It has beautiful chocolate and sweet notes. Total winner!
Don't Miss This One!
This coffee has a nice smooth and rich flavor. I roast and brew as a single origin. Great coffee you won't want to miss!
This one's a winner
Just tried our sample of Brazil Salmo and WOW! Heavy bodied and noticeably sweet cup. Milk chocolate and almond dominate with a very slight dried fruit tartness on the finish. Very smooth with only a slight bitter sweetness developing as the cup cools. I've tried a lot of coffee on this site and so far, this one's my favorite. On par with any Brazilian coffee I've sampled anywhere.
Good quality, especially for the price. Nice taste at medium roast without a lot of bitterness.
Really bad coffee
The quality is bad. Even I got second bag still some issues. To many default!
An all around powerhouse!
We started off with just using this as a single origin offering, then it grew, we currently use it in blends as well as espresso in house. I absolutely LOVE this offering. It's a powerhouse on it's own or just an all around enhacer to any blends you might want to try.
by SPEC Roasters
4 stars for what it is. Compared to a $5.60/lb Natural Colombian...its a 2.5-3 star, but we're we're talking $2.30/lb here...this is good solid bean. Not generally a single origin Brazil fan, but this one has the nice cocoa body of a Brazil but with a fruity top end...and smooth as a full city+. It's been a fan favorite for those new to more lightly roasted coffees. That top 20% coffee elitist will like it, but won't be blown away. I'm a small roaster and on my second bag. I'm planning to use this bag as a base for a solid drip blend. Don't let the 2018 crop bother you...it roasted up very nicely! This will become a staple for me, so I hope when this 2018 crop runs dry, the 2019 will be very close in profile. If you call G.O., they will steer you to this bean for good reason. You CANNOT beat this bean for the price! Cheers!