«Orange, honey, cacao, white tea and kombucha.»
BRAZIL 'Special K'
- Process: Anaerobic fermentation
- Varietal(s): Catigua MGII
- Region: Sul de Minas Gerais
- Producer(s): Pieter Keijsers
- Altitude: 1000m
- Drying: Patios
- Harvest: By machine
Back by popular demand! Our fastest selling coffee to date, first came on the webshop in 2022 like this:
"Somewhere early this year, we received a box full of preshipment samples, and one of those really caught us by surprise. This was the first time most of us got to taste an anaerobic processed coffee from Brazil, and it was totally different from anything else we ever would think to come from out there. In fact, it didn't take us very long to start referring to the upcoming Pieter Keijsers' coffee as 'Special K'. And why would we change a great name for a great coffee?"
Finally here, the Pieter Keijsers Brazil, anaerobic fermentation, aka 'Special K'
Pieter: "In 2008, my wife and I bought a decaying coffee farm in São Sebastião do Paraíso, in the south of Minas Gerais. The farm is 1000m. above sea level. The region has an ideal climate for growing coffee. In the beginning we removed all the old plantations and started planting again. Four years later, we had our first small harvest of coffee beans"
Sourced by: FARMly
I was at the roastery and initially drank another coffee but this caught my eye. It’s very unusual for me to go for Brazilian beans but the kombucha flavour Tag got me interested. Me and a couple friends (baristas and cafe owners) tasted it as a v60, origami and aeropress and everyone loved it. I’m on this page to look for a refill!
P.S. I’ve forgotten the real taste of kombucha so it was hard to compare that claim but nevertheless it tasted great!
and for a reasonable price. double win!