Dark Brazilian Santos coffee beans are a great choice. This review is about a smooth and tasty great coffee. Santos is a label of quality.
The Santos labeling was created in the 20th century by the extinct Brazilian Coffee Institute that used control their production.
Santos types were the ones exported from the port of Santos and also had a numeric gradation.
Coffee Bean Direct imports the grains directly from companies in Brazil and roasts the fresh grains just a bit before packaging and posting it to the customer or redistribution dealer.
Dark Brazilian Santos’ roast is between French and Italian, it has a balanced body and acidity is between low and medium.
Even though the intensity is dark, the roasting process has a moderate and steady flow to deliver a definite thick and even taste.
This is done to guarantee that the roasting will deliver a coffee with characteristics that will last fresh for prolonged periods.
I have tried it with many types of brewing and it works fine; from lighter styles like Americano, or Carioca, to stronger brews like Espresso, or strong Brazilian Pour Over.
Packages are designed and closed to ensure the customer gets the maximum of freshness, great smell and taste possible.
Being a strong coffee, it can either be drunk pure or, if you like experimenting, even blended with some other option.
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