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Brazil Fazenda Primavera

Passion House

Brazil Fazenda Primavera

Step inside small-producer heaven with a perky, acidic but smooth example from a corner of the world where coffee’s an art we can all appreciate.
$23.55
|12 oz.
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    • Nostalgic with hints of Milk Chocolate and Sweet Vanilla
    About the Roaster
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    Location
    Chicago, IL
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    Fun Fact
    Passion House founder Joshua Millman received his first coffee order on the same day his daughter was born.
    Details
    Brazil Fazenda Primavera
    • Pulped Natural icon
      Process
      Pulped Natural
    • Minais Gerais icon
      Sub Region
      Minais Gerais
    • Jun-Sep 2017 2017 icon
      Harvest Time
      Jun-Sep 2017 2017
    • 1000 - 1050 icon
      Elevation
      1000 - 1050
    • Mundo Novo icon
      Variety
      Mundo Novo
    Roaster’s Notes
    Fazenda Primavera is located in the municipality of Angelândia, Minas Gerais. The farm altitude is between 1000 to 1050 meters above sea level, which promotes the cultivation of specialty coffee. The climate also provides favorable conditions with average temperatures between 20 and 24 °C annually and precipitation of 1,000 to 1,300 mm. Fazenda Primavera has state of the art installations including a 24,000 m² drying patio, 14 electric dryers, and equipment for processing fully washed coffees. The farm cultivates predominately Red and Yellow Catuaí (95%), but it has slowly been introducing new varieties such as Mundo Novo. The farm certificates include Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, UTZ, Minas Coffee and Brazilian Specialty Coffee Association. The Chapada de Minas is a small and beautiful region with stunning topography shaped by plateaus and river canyons. The flatter plateau areas promoted the mechanization of the region's coffee plantations. Coffee cultivation began in the 1870s, which brought significant economic benefit to the region by increasing employment opportunities. Among all coffee regions, this area is the most important for small producers and is essential to the local economy.