If you enjoyed everything about the Classic blend at SM, then you should
probably get the Brazilian. I haven't tried the Classic Blend, but just
going off the name I would say that it's Brazilian based. I personally,
in blending for an espresso, wouldn't use an Ethiopian for a base ...
but to each his own. I have tried an espresso that is primarily African
with a little Guatemalan and some monsooned coffee in it that was delicious.
the overall espresso affect would depend on which bean you choose as well
as the other beans you are using. I would just buy them both and
experiment! You never know until you actually try it!
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