Brazil Rio Pardo Fermented Natural Coffee Beans

These were a little expensive, around 100yen per cup, compared to half that sometimes.

The beans smelled quite nice, they were small and not oily at all, a lighter roast.

Now for the taste, to be honest, at first they're just alright. There's a bit of bitterness at first, but a mellow flavour is there too.

The real good taste comes when the cup cools down a little. That's when the sweetness comes out, and the bitterness goes.

Not one of my favourites, but still a good cup.

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