A complex yet balanced marriage between South American Arabicas cultivated at high altitude, among which “Cerrado” from Brazil, and an East African Arabica. Vivalto Lungo combines roasted and subtle floral notes. Split roasting of the beans enhances the character of each origin.
A complex and contrasting blend. The South American Arabicas, grown at high altitude, bring a light acidity, the Ethiopian Arabica adds its floral touch, and the “Cerrado” coffee from Brazil reinforces the character and develops the bitterness.
Separate roasting brings out the characters of the different origins. The grinding of the beans results in a coffee best enjoyed in a large cup.
The perfect mix of several origins results in a rich and complex character: roasted, lightly woody, sweet cereal and subtle floral notes.