All of Cafezinho’s coffees have a Q grade of more than 86, which puts them among the best in the world.
What is a Q grade, we hear you ask? Well the Q grader program was established in 2004 and is a recognised way to examine coffees and their overall quality.
Coffees are scored out of 100 and to achieve a ‘specialty’ grade, a coffee must score over 80 points points.
I love all our specialty coffees and spend a lot of time choosing them – always looking for something extra special that celebrates how good Brazilian Arabica beans have become.
If I had to pick one of our Cafezinho coffees, then the stand out coffee at the moment for us is our Flor de Outubro.
This was named Brazil’s best natural coffee towards the end of 2018 and it really does have to be tasted to be believed.
It is very special and is among the best you can buy publicly in the UK at the moment.