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Sweetheart Brasil Castelo Reserva

Brazil

Sweetheart Brasil Castelo Reserva

Flavors of citrus, Snickers bar, and sweet herbs

Our Espirito Santo sourcing program offers our Brazilian producers the opportunity to showcase their best coffees and get the fairest prices for their work. This coffee is a beautiful honey-processed micro lot from Eliezer Calvi.

Medium Roast: Agtron 60

The Agtron Scale:

The Agtron scale ranges from 0 to 100, with 0 being the darkest and 100 being the lightest. In the coffee industry, the most common range for roasted coffee is typically between 25 (very dark) and 75 (very light).

- 0-30: Very dark roast

- 30-45: Dark roast

- 45-55: Medium-dark roast

- 55-65: Medium roast

 - 65-75: Light roast

 - 75-100: Very light roast

 

Recipes

For espresso we recommend:

IN: 18.0g OUT: 46 - 49g  TIME: 24 - 27s

For filter coffee we recommend: 
1g of coffee to 16g of water by weight or 
1 tablespoon of coffee to 3oz of water by volume

Grind Guide:
Note that every grinder is different, so this is a comparative scale intended to help you understand grind settings for different methods and, ultimately, the best grind on your grinder.

On a 1 to 10 scale—i.e. if your grinder had 10 grind settings and grinds from Turkish (1) to French press (10)—then you can simply use the guide recommendation and adjust to taste. If your grinder has 30 grind settings then you should multiply the recommended grind setting by three. For example, when brewing flat bottom filter coffee (7), start with a grind setting of 21 on a grinder with 30 settings.

1 finest to 10 coarsest:

1 Turkish
2 Espresso 
3 Moka Pot
4 Aero Press 
5 Hario 
6 Kalita, Cone Electric Drip
 7 Flat Bottom Electric Drip 
8 Chemex
9 Cold Brew, Toddy 
10 French Press

Adjusting Grind to Taste

After brewing, taste your coffee. If it is delicious, great news—enjoy! If it is lacking in some way, then try adjusting your grind to improve your brew.
If you find your coffee to be flat, lifeless with an ashy or dry aftertaste, you are probably grinding too fine and should adjust your grind coarser. 
If you find your coffee to be sour, papery or watery, you are probably grinding too coarse and should adjust your grind finer.

For more tips, visit our Brewing page under the Learn tab.

Olympia Coffee is dedicated to ethical coffee production through our Fair For All initiative. Our approach guarantees that everyone involved in the coffee production process, from farmers to customers, benefits from our rigorous green coffee sourcing standards. Our sourcing practices and employee compensation meet Living Wage standards and are third-party certified. You can find more information about our Fair For All initiative by visiting www.fairforall.coffee.

 

We purchased 30  bags of this lot from 4 producers paying  $4.63 FOB. We score this coffee 87 on the production roasts. We worked with Caravela for Export and Import.

 

We are proud to compensate our packaging team with a Living Wage of $20.75-$24.00 per hour, and our roasting team with a Living Wage of $21-26 per hour at our roastery.