- July-September '19
Brazil Jazblu Peaberry NY 2/3 2019
- UPS Flat
- 65lb Freshness
- Packed & Sealed
Jazblu Peaberry is an exotic selection of screen 10/11 coffees from the Planalto de Bahia region and a perfect coffee for roasters who want to explore the hidden wonders of Brazil.
The Jazblu Peaberry blend was produced by Obadias Nascimento Rodrigues, owner of Fazenda Canaã, in the town of Barra do Choça and Geraldo de Almeida Sinay, owner of Fazenda Esperança, in the town of Encruzilhada in Planalto da Bahia.
Ripe yellow and red catuai cherries were handpicked during the day and taken to a washing station where they were de-pulped and let to rest in fermentation tanks (locals call them degomagem tanks) for 12 -15 hours then sundried the following morning. The Planalto da Bahia region is specialized and known for its fully washed production done via fermentation tanks. This process, combined with a unique terroir and special post-harvest process, results in a remarkable sensorial experience.
About the Region
Planalto da Bahia is a large plateau in the middle of Caatinga, one the driest regions in northern Brazil. The first coffee plantations in this region were started by immigrants from the south in the 1970s. Since then coffee has become an important part of the region’s economy.
Planalto da Bahia's high altitude and unique weather patterns have impacted the coffee tree behavior, productive cycle and the harvest and post-harvest process. Harvest starts later than in other regions because the region receives more rain. The moist environment gives way to multiple flowerings and results in uneven maturation. This generally requires selective harvesting by hand; only ripe cherries are picked and processed. Being higher and colder the maturation process for coffee in Planalto da Bahia is slower resulting in a more complex and aromatic sensorial experience.
Region Planalto da Bahia
Fazenda Canaa and Fazenda Esperanca
Yellow and Red Catuai
Ratings & Reviews
Great “ little” bean!
by Legacy Coffee Co.
Good balanced, clean coffee. Chocolate notes are noticeable in the aroma and the back end of the cup. <br> We sampled it and found we like it around Full City.<br> Tastes a tad grassy early in the development. And the chaff clings to the seed well into FC. <br> Will be using it as a single origin espresso. <br> And the beans are cute, which makes for a great conversation starter with customers!
still playing around with the roast
Like the first review said it can be a tad grassy if you drop them too early. I have ordered 6 different coffees from genuine so far and for the price you cannot beat this one. I would say this one so far is my second favorite probably the Costa rica san diego honey being my first by far. I roast on a BC roaster 3.5. I charge the roaster at 450 degrees and I pull them out around 420-421 degrees. I don't get a lot of graham cracker on these but I guess I could see it maybe, but I am no expert taster either. I give the coffee a 5 out of 5 based on bang for buck.