Redber Brazil Dbarbosa Coffee Review & GIVEAWAY!

As you may know, I am a massive coffee fan… well, Jonas and I both are! A few years ago I was sent a beautiful bundle from Redber coffee in Guildford, which was the first time I tried their roasts. Now, a few years later, I have the pleasure of trying out one of their new roasts- the Brazil Dbarbosa for a review and am also giving one of my blog readers a pack of their own!

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The Brazil Dbarbosa Microlot coffee is from Brazil Minas Gerais and was described to have a pronounced flavour of tropical fruit & caramel, creamy smooth body and lingering aftertaste, perfect for cafetiere, drip, filter & aeropress. When I received the package, I was excited to try it out, and having opened the bag up and smelled it- I was intrigued even more!

The coffee was absolutely wonderful- smoother than out usual blend; with hints of caramel or chocolate, a sweet scent and a balanced body- it’s a unique blend to enjoy on a weekend! Ours didn’t last long- we ran out within a week, but will definitely try and pick some up the next time we see it! I absolutely loved it on it’s own, or with a splash of milk.

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For those coffee fans out there, you can buy your own here, or enter my giveaway below!


To get your own bag of ground Redber Brazil Dbarbosa Microlot Coffee, all you have to do is:

1. Follow my blog by simply putting your e-mail in at the bottom of the page and clicking FOLLOW.

2. Follow my Instagram @enjoybypaula as well as @redber_coffee

3. Leave a comment of how you like to have your coffee- americano, espresso or with milk under this blogpost!

I’ll choose one lucky winner in 2 weeks (on the 16th of March) and send you your coffee! Good Luck! ❤

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sam says:

    I love cappuccinos!

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  2. foodlovingly says:



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