We primarily look for sweetness, clean cup and consistency for Brazilian coffee. Mainly served as the blend base as  it offers low acidity, good taste balance and a round mouthfeel. All purposed and suitable for black, white, iced coffee.

Recommended for Blended and Single Origin Espresso

Current Crops

Brazil - Alta Mogiana - Fazenda Sao Francisco
Red & Yellow Catuai | Natural | 1000 masl
Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnuts, Caramel, Red Fruit

Upcoming Crops

Brazil - Sul de Minas - Caldas Royale
Direct relationship coffee
Mixed | Natural | 1000-1200 masl
Milk Chocolate, Malic, Creamy, Round Body


Country Profile

Size -  8,515,770 sq km

Capital City - Brasília

Main Port City - Port of Santos

Population - 205,823,665 (July 2016)

Language/s Spoken - Portuguese (official), German, some Spanish, various Amerindian languages, English

Producer Profile

Population Involved in Coffee - roughly 360,000 farmers/permanent farm workers  
Typical Farm Size - 0.5 hectare–10,000 hectares
Bags Exported Annually - 45–60 million bags

Coffee Profile

Growing Regions - Bahia, Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais (including Carmo de Minas, Cerrado Mineiro, and Sul de Minas), Nambuco, Paraná, San Janeiro, São Paulo

Common Varieties - Bourbon, Catimor, Catuai, Caturra, Maragogype, Typica

Processing Methods - Pulped Natural, Natural, Washed (less common)

Bag Size - 59–60 kg

Harvest Period - April - September, October - December
Typical Arrival - October - January, February - March