BRAZIL - FAZENDA PINHAL
Delicious Brazilian Coffee Beans for a Full Bodied Smooth Cup with Notes of Dark Chocolate, Hazelnut and Vanilla
|100%||Brazil, FAZENDA PINHAL|
|MINAS GERAIS, CAMPO DAS VERTENTES|
|Natural, Yellow Topaz, 1140 MASL, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance|
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This amazing Brazilian coffee is produced by our friends and partners – Pedro, a 5th generation coffee grower, and his father Joao Newton.
Fazenda Pinhal produces one of the best Brazilian coffee beans. Why? For once because of the continuous high quality of the coffees the farm produces, the sustainable practices and the incredible humans behind this coffee – Pedro, Joao and their team.
Fazenda Pinhal is located in the Campo das Vertentes region of Minas Gerais. Passion, dedication and progressive thinking best describe Pedro and Joao and are reflected in having championed the farm’s first female tractor driver, preserving 50% of the farm land for forest and nature reserves, new practices to resist droughts, and erecting an aviary on site for exotic birds rescued by Brazil’s border force where they are rehabilitated back into their natural habitat on the farm’s nature reserve.
For generations the Newton family has been dedicated to producing high quality specialty coffees. Today, at Fazenda Pinhal, many arabica varieties are cultivated such as Acaia, Arara, Bourbon, Catigua, red Catuai, Yellow Catucai, Red Catucai, Yellow Icatu, Red Icatu, Red Mundo Novo, Yellow Topaz in their own nursery. For years we have been a huge fan of the natural processed Yellow Topaz as one of the best Brazilian coffee beans. You will love this Brazilian coffee as a single origin brewed as a pour over, Aeropress, plunger coffee, an espresso or simply combined with milk.
“What is essential to us is the human relationship, mutual respect, and also respect for the nature, and most of all, our passion for coffee. For me and for my family, coffee was never only coffee. For me coffee is the same as passion. Coffee is life. Coffee is movement.” – says Pedro.
Well said Pedro!