Brazil Fazenda Capim Branco



    • Roast Level: Medium

      Process: Natural 

      WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE CUP

      Espresso

      Lavender and tangy blueberry


      Double Shot Flat White

       Creamy blueberries with a nutty aftertaste


      Black Filter / Cupping

       Blueberry and hazelnut, good body

    • Grown: Carmo do Paranaiba, Cerrado Mineiro

      Altitude: 1,100m

      VarietalYellow Catuai

      Owners: Ismael & Eduardo Andrade

      Farm Info: 

      Fazenda Capim Branco has been in the Andrade family since 1901. It is located in the high green Cerrado Mineiro in the north of Minas Gerais state,on the border with Bahia.

      The Cerrado Mineiro region ranges from 1,100 to 1,250 metres above sea level, providing ideal conditions for coffee production due to the perfect balance of wet and dry seasons.  Furthermore, the soils at Fazenda Capim Branco are volcanic and much of the farm is planted with the Yellow Catuaí varietal which thrives in this environment.  Attentive husbandry, such as that executed by the Andrade family, produces uniform blossoming and maturation, creating excellent conditions for processing the coffee using the natural method. In this case, ripe cherries are dried on the patio without having been pulped, producing a sweet, fruity coffee.  Once the beans reach the desired humidity level they are dry-milled to remove the dried pulp and parchment and then sorted and screened for export.  

      Fazenda Capim Branco was the Andrade family’s first farm; however, since the 1970's the family has been very active in establishing new farms so as to expand their cultivation area, all aligned with their mission of producing coffee of the very highest quality.  The family acquired São Silvestre farm in Serra do Salitre (Minas Gerais) during this period of expansion.  São Silvestre, located at 1,250 meters above sea level, also produces very high quality coffees, in part because of its ideal climate and altitude.

      Combined with the natural conditions of the region, meticulous crop management, forward-thinking crop planning and post-harvest selection, the final result from all Andrade family farms is excellent quality, award-winning coffees that are appreciated both within Brazil and internationally as some of the best coffee the country has to offer.

    • Our espresso recipe using 20g vst
      20g in
      42g out
      in 25 to 30 seconds
      Our filter recipe using a V60
      20g in
      320 – 340ml out
      in 3 – 3:30 minutes

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