Brazil Oberon is a 100 percent Cerrado blend that consistently captures the qualities this region is celebrated for: a creamy body, sweet chocolate and citric notes, and a light acidity.
The Cerrado region, in southwestern Minas Gerais, is known for its homogeneous climate and altitude. The average temperature is around 68°F, an average rainfall of 1,600 mm falls reliably from December to March, and the altitude lightly rolls from 900 to 1,250 meters above sea level.
Cerrado is home to approximately 140,000 hectares of dedicated coffee production and approximately 3,600 coffee producers, the majority of whom are organized into large cooperatives. Stockler enjoys working with the same farmers, and has strong relationships across the region, but the contributors to Oberon change each year, as the focus in on an absolutely consistent cup profile.
Coffee farms in Cerrado vary in size from roughly 100 hectares to more than 3,000 hectares.
Cupping notes: Chocolate, nutty, fruity aftertaste; light acidity, sweet, full body. Clean and balanced.
|Cerrado (southwest Minas Gerais)|
|Mundo Novo, Catuaí and Bourbon|
|Chocolate, nuts, fruity finish|