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Here Comes The Sun (Seasonal blend)

Here Comes The Sun (Seasonal blend)

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Here at Brill Coffee, we're proud to offer our seasonal blend, Here Comes The Sun. This blend has been carefully crafted to appeal to coffee drinkers of all skill levels and preferences. It's a versatile blend that works well for those who enjoy milk-based drinks as well as those who prefer their coffee black.

The flavours of Here Comes The Sun are both sweet and fruity, and it's designed to cut through milk perfectly, making it the ideal blend for those who enjoy creamy milk-based coffee beverages. This blend is perfect for those who are looking for a well-rounded coffee experience that's full of flavour and aroma.

We take great pride in our blends, and Here Comes The Sun is no exception. We've worked tirelessly to create a blend that we believe is both delicious and versatile, making it the perfect choice for any coffee lover. We're confident that you'll love it as much as we do, and we can't wait for you to try it.

What's in it? 

  • Natural Brazil
  • Washed Colombia
  • Washed Ethiopia
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Brazil Bom Jesus: Bom Jesus farm has been awarded in local and national competitions as one of the best coffees from Alta Mogiana region, the same region Marcelo Brussi’s grandfather was born in 1913, inside a coffee farm. The care and passion from producing high quality coffee has been inherited by Flavia and Gabriel son’s Lucas and Gabriel. Using traditional methods for drying coffee, Bom Jesus is known by its unique coffee flavour and delivers caramel and sweetness to any coffee cup it has been part of. The farmers from Bom Jesus proudly support a project which aims to promote social and environmental responsibility and awareness in younger generations.

Colombia Planadas: This coffee comes from nine small farms located near the village of Planadas. The names of the farms are: Las Delicias, El Brilliante, Los Recuerdos, La Fortuna, La Esmeralda, Los Espejos, El Vidal and two farms that are called El Ventilador. Between them they have on average 2.5 hectares of coffee, and their farms sit at elevations between 1,650 and 1,980m above sea level. All of these farms are part of a project called Núcleo de Gestión de San Fermín’, and are a great example of of smallholders working together as a group to produce high quality coffee.

Ethiopia Limu: This Limu coffee comes from the Western part of Ethiopia near the forests that are the birthplace of Arabica coffee. Limu and Djimma, another popular coffee producing region, overlap. The region shares many characteristics with the Southern regions, especially Yirgacheffe and Sidamo, coffees from the three regions also share the floral notes and citric acidity. Limu is known for having a fuller body than the other two regions. 

Tasting notes: Milk chocolate, stone fruits, and caramel.

Recommended espresso recipe: 

  • Dose: 20-22g ground coffee
  • Yield: 40-46g extracted coffee
  • Time: 26-32 seconds


Grab some today and let us know your thoughts!


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