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Brazil Peaberry Fazenda Inhame Arabica Green Coffee Beans (1kg)

Brazil Peaberry Fazenda Inhame Arabica Green Coffee Beans (1kg)

Regular price £11.49 Zero Vat
Our Product Code: GRBRA224
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Location/Origin Brazil
Altitude 1200m
Variety Catuai
Preperation SUN DRIED
Harvest June-SEPTEMBER 2021
Owner / Farm Bruno Antonio Franco
SCA Cup score and notes 84.25 Chocolate notes with rich fruity tones, good aftertaste with lasting Body.


Another plantation visited by Robert in June 2019, Fazenda Inhame is a family run business with Bruno taking over from his father. They have won a number of awards and make use of a number of sustainable techniques including inter planting amongst woodland.

Awards 5º lugar categoria natural, 3º concurso de qualidade do café de Campos Altos - MG, 2018

Property located in Campos Altos - MG, in the cerrado mineiro at an altitude of 1200 meters. It's been in our family for over 50 years, being me the 5th generation of coffee growers! It has a total area of 650 ha of which 100 are destined for coffee planting. Planted varieties, catuai 144, catuai 51, catiguá MG 3, topaz, catucai 2 SL. UTZ Kapeh certificate and nucoffee platform participant.


Family farm wants to take over the world!

Inhame is a farm based in Campos Altos, the highest altitude area in Cerrado Mineiro, Minas Gerais. The average altitude of the municipality is 1,100 masl and Inhame goes up to 1,200 masl. The farm is owned by 5th generation farmer Bruno Antonio Franco and his father Marcos and has been on the family for over 50 years. Of a total of 650 has of land, 100 has are dedicated to coffee. The plantation has varieties like Catuai 144, Catuai 51, Catiguá MG 3, Topázio and Catucai 2SL. Campos Altos has a unique terroir in Cerrado: the municipality makes the transition from the Western border of the Atlantic Forest biome to the Cerrado biome. Campos Altos State Park, with over 700 has of Atlantic Forest, is on the eastern border of the municipality. A few kilometres Northwest of the city, typical Cerrado areas begin. Coffee entered the region on slopes previously covered by the Atlantic Forest, only to climb much later to the Cerrado plateaus. The average annual temperature varies between 18.6° and 19.5°. Inhame is also UTZ certified and complies with strict environmental and labour regulations, such as: protecting natural ecosystems, preventing erosion and deforestation, maintaining wildlife corridors and protecting endangered species, conserving water and protecting local waterways, safeguarding nearby protected areas, improving soil fertility, managing solid waste, and using integrated pest management techniques to reduce the use of pesticides. Workers must be at least fifteen years old; they must be paid at least the legal minimum wage and overtime rates and must have access to healthcare, and education.

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Full member of the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe, company director Kenneth Cooper is an accredited UK Barist Championship judge Registered Fairtrade Coffee Beans Distributor Supplier of Rain Forest Alliance Certified Products Member of the Federation of Small Business

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