Region – South America
Origin – Brazil
Location at Origin – Cerrado (Chapada de Minas)
Name of Farm – Fazenda Santa Rosa
Varietal – 70% Catuai Vermelho, 30% Mundo Novo
Grade – 17/18 screen
Processing – Natural
Certification – Rainforest Alliance
Altitude – 800 meters
Total Surface Area – 620,93 has
Total Area in Production – 302 haas
Total Natural Area not in Production – 318,93 has
Cupping Notes – Starts with nutty undertones and finishes with full bodied sweetness.
Brazil Half-Caffeine is a 50/50 blend of full decaf beans and regular Brazil beans creating a full flavored cup of coffee with half the usual caffeine. The perfect solution for those who enjoy the full flavor of regular coffee but wanting a lower caffeine alternative.
Guaxupe is a Brazilian municipality located in the southwest of the state of Minas Gerais. It’s populaton as of 2007 was 47,894 people living in a total area of 286 km2. The city belongs to the meso-region of Sul e Sudoeste de Minas and to the micro-region of Sao Sebastiao do Paraiso. it became a municipality in 1837. Population: 175 Mio. People Domestic Consumption: 12 million bags per year. Coffee Export: 18-25 million bags of 60 kg. 85% of which is Arabica. Capacity to store 78 million bags which they had before the Second World War. Cultivated Area: 2.2 million hectares (880 thousand acres). Harvest: from June. Arabica introduced: Early 18th century from French Guyana Farms; 320,000 Fazendas 75% of these farms are less than 10 hectare (25 acres) in size. Specialty Preparations: Naturals – dry method of milling after cherry has been picked (drying cherry on patio then husking).