Falling within Brazils famous Cerrado that makes up nearly 23% of the entire country, Daterra is the worlds first grade A rainforest certified farm
of any business, and a walk around the trees will reveal a stunning array of birds and wildlife, from toucans and burrowing owls to squirrel
Jorge Barakat became a coffee grower by chance more than 30 years ago. Despite the great challenges in his first harvest, he has already reached excellent quality standards, selling his coffee to Italian roasters, which really motivated him to continue. Over the years, he overcame the challenges of ..
The Andrade’s family history in coffee began in 1901, with their ancestors at Capim Branco Farm, in Carmo do Paranaíba, High Cerrado, State of
Minas Gerais in Brazil, being one of Brazil’s oldest estate coffees. Aiming to produce high quality coffees, they re-established their new farms in
Fincamigos is an experimental farm run by Cafexport. The farm serves as a demo plot where they develop methods for cultivating exotic coffee
varieties and explore ways to cultivate coffee in more socially and environmentally sustainable ways. This lot is comprised of the very rare, lowcaffeinated L..
The Robelo family is the third generation growing coffee . Situated in the Isabelia mountain range, the farm growing conditions are ideal for
coffee. They started growing Caturras, Pacamaras, and Bourbon, and chose to plant and grow the Java variety as a Microlot for the market Niche