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Dark Roast Pulp Fiction from Brazil

Dark Roast Pulp Fiction from Brazil

Regular price $20.00 CAD
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about this coffee

A pulped natural coffee is known to highlight sweetness, promote consistency, and yield a higher-quality cup. Generally, they will have the body of a natural coffee and the sweetness and acidity of a washed. Our pulped natural yellow catuaì is a beautiful coffee, and, despite this being a darker roast, we refuse to scorch it. We developed a roast profile that brings about enough body and boldness, without entirely burning the natural characteristics of the beans. Expect lower acidy, heavier body, notes of roasted nuts, and a chocolate-forward profile. It’s dark done thoughtfully.

This yellow catuai variety was grown by an association of seven small farms that banded together to export outside of the country for the first time, and we are happy to be their first international customers. 

This coffee went through a rarer process called pulped natural (hence the name), also known as semi-washed, where, unlike a traditional natural process, the skin of the fruit is removed before letting the coffee dry, but, unlike washed coffee, most of the pulp is left to dry on the bean; it is essentially a middle ground between the two most common processing methods. 

Region: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Producers: A Collective of 7 small coffee farms: Fazenda Nova Fortaleza, Fazenda Catiguá, Sítio Serra da Careta, Fazenda Do Lobo, Fazenda São Sebastião, Fazenda Nossa Senhora Aparecida, Sítio Santo Antonio.
Altitude: 950 - 1450 masl
Varietals: Yellow Catuai
Process: Pulped Natural (semi-washed) 

Shipping & Delivery

Free delivery within the island of Montreal or Laval on all orders over $40.

Free shipping to the rest of Canada on all orders over $49.

Free shipping to the USA on all orders over $79.

How to care for your coffee

Coffee is a natural product that degasses over time, losing flavour and complexity. Store your coffee in a cool, dry, dark place to optimize freshness.

For more information about brewing or storage feel free to send us a message.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
this is some serious gourmet sh*t

... as Jules said in the film. Love the flavour profile of this one, and the edgy names of their coffees too. I appreciate the detailed notes that Ambros leaves regarding their roasting approach. I had mine ground for french press by Dreamy. Using James Hoffman's technique. Very pleased with the results.

Divine espresso

As fans of dark roasted, full bodied coffee, we've tried many different brands/suppliers, and have happily settled on two Ambros products that we alternate. The Dark Roast Pulp Fiction and Enzo the Baker. They both provide a fantastic intense coffee flavour and aroma, however go down very smoothly. It's fantastic in a cup of espresso, but also makes great milk-based drinks.

Elhamy Abdelsayed

Dark Roast Pulp Fiction from Brazil

Frederick Goupil
Le meilleur!

Ce café est tout simplement parfait!

Rachel Manshreck-Head
Love it!

I started having stomach problems a few years ago, drinking coffee became very uncomfortable/irritating and had stopped drinking all coffees. until I found this one and discovered low acidity coffee in general(what that ment, how to identify them… etc), for me this coffee has been my best option and I keep coming back to it, I have tried others, but not all work for me. It tastes amazing, smells amazing, and makes amazing coffee!! LOVE IT!!

Why us?

There is a lot of great coffee out there, and we strive to roll with the best of them. We are hands on and involved in every aspect, from choosing which coffee to bring in, to roasting it ourselves in Montreal, to design & communication. We hope that you connect with our vibe and style and that our passion resonates through the brand.

Coffee Roasting in Montreal

Roasted fresh in Montréal, Canada

We work with industry-leading Probat machines and state-of-the-art coffee roasting software. Specialty roasting is built on data, information, understanding and control of the elements; a more targeted approach that aims for consistency in the pursuit of perfection.