Brazil - Recanto
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£7.50 GBP

Tasting Notes: Nutty, Chocolate, Stone Fruit

Brewing: This coffee works well with all filter brewers and espresso. For filter we recommend a 1 - 16 brew ratio, and for espresso a 1 - 2.5 brew ratio.
Filter: 15g - 250ml // Espresso: 18g - 45ml

We have been buying coffee from Recanto in Brazil for 4 years and every year we've been very impressed with the quality. Recanto is large farm located inside an extinct volcano. This means that the coffee grows in some of the best soil in Brazil. You can see the exact location of the farm by clicking on the google maps link. 

The farm is owned and run by Marcos Cezar Miaki. He focuses on growing several different varietals and seperating these during the harvest to create a variety of different lots. This year we have selected a pulped natural process harvested from Acaia coffee trees. This is a rare varietal typically only grown in Brazil and is a mutation of Mundo Novo which originally developed as a hybrid of the Typica and Bourbon varietals. Recanto is both UTZ and Rainforest Alliance certified.
We've selected this coffee to use both as a single origin and a blend component. It's a fairly traditional Brazil with lovely nutty, chocolate and well balanced stone fruit notes. If you like lower acidity coffees with nutty flavours then this one is definitely for you!

Varietal –  Yellow Bourbon 
Preparation – Pulped Natural
Location – Minas Gerais
Altitude – 1000-1250 masl

We recommending buying whole bean coffee and grinding before brewing. We also sell 250g bags pre-ground. 1kg bags are available as wholebean only.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Brazil recanto

Thank you for sending the order so promptly. The beans smell gorgeous. However I have not opened the packet yet (soon) so can’t give you a review. Thank you


This coffee was very tasty and smelt delicious
It worked well with milk, perfect combination.


I love this coffee. Super tasty and smells delicious. Chocolate and nuts are a win win combination for coffee it would seem.



Great as a shorter coffee.

A deliciously balanced espresso but works best as a sweet and creamy Piccolo or a macchiato.