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Brazil Anderson 1 kg

Fruity and elegant coffee from the Farm family. A microlot from neighbors Clayton Barrossa - Anderson and Joyce. This coffee boasts an unusually fruity character for Brazil. The sweetness is complemented by tropical fruit notes.

Brazil Anderson 1 kg

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1 116 Kč
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Country Brazil
Farm Sítio Vale das Cabras, Caparaó
Varietal Arabica Catucai 758
Processing Natural
Crop Fall 2023
Coffee type whole bean
Flavour Fruity & Elegant

Anderson Robadel is part of a group of farmers in Caparaó who began exploring specialty coffee thanks to Clayton Barrossa, whose coffees we regularly offer. He was one of the first to collaborate with FAF in applying the principles of ecological farming. Thanks to his success, many others have followed suit.

Anderson manages the farm alongside his wife, Joyce. Both have been involved in the coffee world their entire lives. Anderson began slowly taking over the farm from his father in 1996. However, it wasn't until 2015 that they participated in their first coffee competition, which led them to shift towards specialty coffee and adopt a responsible approach to agriculture.

The coffee they produce is of the catucai variety and processed using the dry method. Due to the high altitude and cool weather, it yields fruitier coffees than what is typical for Brazil.

Farm Coffee Family
Farm coffee family is the core of our offering. Seasonal specialty coffee lots grown and processed by producers with whom doubleshot has been fostering strong long-term relationships. Uncompromising respect to nature, people and coffee translated into final cup.

Unique terroir

The Caparaó region is among the most beautiful national parks in Brazil. It borders the state of Minas Gerais to the west and Espirito Santo to the east. The climate here is entirely different from other places where we source Brazilian coffee. Farms are situated at the foot of the Pico da Bandeira mountain, which, at 2892 meters, is the third highest peak in Brazil. The local climate is the coolest in the entire country, with winter temperatures dropping as low as -10°C. Coffee cultivation is therefore very specific. The harvest is delayed from August to November. The cherries ripen slowly, and drying on African beds is only possible under shelter due to frequent rains and cold nights. This process often takes 20-30 days.

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