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Exclusively prepared bourbon variety cherry beans. This unique coffee is slightly citric, has noticeable acidity and evident floral overtones. Its soft, mellow and sweet taste stands alone, producing distinct fragrances and aromas. The aftertaste is long, pleasant and almondy. Brazil Ipanema is suitable for all brewing methods, but excels in espresso-based drinks in particular.
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How Brazilian Coffee Producers Are Responding to Climate Issues
Brazil is the world’s largest coffee growing country, producing more than a third of global supplies as of 2020, mostly consisting of high quality arabica beans. The difficulties presented by drought periods raises a number of questions as to how coffee-producing countries can tackle similar situations in the future. One way that some of Brazil's largest coffee producers are looking to address these concerns is by focusing more on technology as a means to promote the successful growth a processing of coffee beans.
A great example is the Okuyama firm, based on Minas Gerais, which is utilising an app called Cropwise Protector to monitor crop growth and improve coffee bean production. Cropwise Protector is linked to ground sensors and satellite imagery to provide farmers with an analysis of the plantation, allowing them the act upon various requirements picked up by the app. These requirements include drip irrigation and pest control, with solutions on hand that can be applied to very specific areas of a plantation, rather than the entire area, resulting in more efficient and effective crop management.