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catuai coffee variety

The Catuai coffee variety is a hybrid between Caturra and Mundo Novo varieties and was created by the Instituto Agronomico do Campinas in Brazil back in the mid-twentieth century. The Catuai variety is grown as both red and yellow cherries and has “dwarf characteristics of Caturra with the yield and strength of Mundo Novo” according to James Hoffman in his book,¬†The World Atlas of Coffee. The Catuai variety is most common in Brazil and Central American coffee-producing countries. According to CoffeeHunter.com, Catuai makes up 50% of Brazil’s coffee production and can be roughly translated to “very good” in the Tupi-Guarani language. You can browse all of the Catuai coffees I’ve reviewed below.

Delirio Coffee Roasters – Nicaragua Monimbo Coffee Review (2018)
1 year ago

Delirio Coffee Roasters – Nicaragua Monimbo Coffee Review (2018)

Delirio Coffee Roasters (Jupiter, FL) sent me one of their medium roast single origin coffees recently, the Nicaragua Monimbo.

I had pretty mixed results with this coffee, but for the …
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Rev Coffee Roasters – Alexis Badilla Cruz (2016) Coffee Review
2 years ago

Rev Coffee Roasters – Alexis Badilla Cruz (2016) Coffee Review

One of my favorite coffees from 2016 was the Alexis Badilla Cruz from Rev Coffee Roasters (College Park, GA). This medium roast¬†coffee came in one of my Boxo deliveries, and …
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