Brazil Espirito Santo


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Country: Brazil
Region: Espirito Santo
Grower: Small Shareholders
Altitude: 1,100 masl
Variety: Catuai, Mundo Novo
Process: Natural

About this coffee;

Espririto Santo coffee is produced from four smallholders farm in the southeastern Mountains of Brazil.

Seeking to take advantage of the mild climate and slower cherry maturation, farmers produce coffees known for their acidity and fruit forward profiles.

The Arabica coffees here are selectively handpicked and due to the relatively small farm sizes, this approach allows the producers to focus on and maximise quality.

The farms that contribute to this lot are an average of 20 hectares, with 8 hectares of coffee planted.

Espirito Santo primarily grows Catuai and Mundo Novo varieties.

Edivan, the owner of Fanzenda Alto Alagoa, one of the contributing farms for this lot, is a typical small producer of the mountains of Espirito Santo: a descendant of German immigrants and a passion for coffee originating from birth. Edivan was born on the property and still lives there to this day, since the land has been with his family for over 60 years.

The farm has been passed down from father to son and coffee production has always been the family’s main livelihood. The lands are located in the Alto Alagoa community from which the farm takes its name.

This coffee has been sourced and roasted for espresso.


Brew Recipe

Espresso: 1:2 coffee to water, extracted in 28 – 32 seconds
Filter: 60-65g coffee per litre of water, brewed for 3-4 mins

Rest Time

Filter 7 days | Espresso 14 days from roast date
This coffee may be rested prior to dispatch

Roast Days

We roast and despatch Monday to Friday. All orders placed after 10 am on Friday will be roasted and despatched the following Monday.


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