Coffee beans from Brazil
Transparency, sustainability and quality
Below you can read what we pay for the coffee.
|ORIGIN||Contract sign||share price
|Brazil Velo||2019-10-09||96,18||190||155||98 %||23 %|
Sustainable Coffee from Brazil Mário Ferrari
Today Mário Ferrari and his son Alberto are the second generation of coffee farmers, growing specialty coffee at the farm Fazenda da Serra.
Brazil is a country affected severely by industrial coffee production, so Mário and Albert stand out by actively choosing to only grow specialty coffee without pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. The coffee they produce is grown on volcanic soil high up on hillsides, making it difficult to pick all the coffee cherries. In Brazil, this is normally done by machines so once again Mário and Alberto stand out as they pick all coffee by hand. This gives a better sorted quality and thanks to the fertile volcanic soil, slopes and parts of the rain forest acting as shadow trees they can produce a unique coffee. It is powerful, sweet and creamy with a low acidity perfect for both espresso and a darker filter brew.