Cafezal is a specialty coffee micro roastery and cafe in the center of Milan. Meaning coffee plantation in Portuguese, it is "a roastery that also has a cafe", is the way the Italian-Brazilian founder Carlos Bitencourt describes it.
In the corner of Cafezal, behind the counter, you'll find the roasting machine for all to see. It holds a maximum capacity of only 2.5 kilograms of coffee beans per batch, keeping in the spirit of a small specialty micro-roastery.
Cafezal has a stylish post-modern urban interior design, with colours that move from a black marble, to dark blue and satin copper. A place to hang out, slowly sip your coffee and be seen in the fashionable Milan.
Roasting and origin information
A roasting profile for omni-roast is when a single roast is made for more than one brew method, such as for both espresso and filter coffee.
Cafezal primarily has roasting profiles for specific brew methods.
Some roasters provide descriptive tasting notes, many provide brief tasting notes such as a list of similar flavours whereas others do not provide any tasting notes.
Cafezal tends to provide descriptive tasting notes.
Some roasters include detailed information of the estate, many include brief information whereas other roasters include minimal or no information.
Cafezal tends to include minimal or no information about the coffee estate.
A few roasters include the cupping score for all of their coffees, others include it for some of their coffees whereas many roasters do not include a cupping score.
Cafezal tends to include cupping scores for all of their coffees.
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