Fazenda Esperança 250g

£6.80

Fazenda Esperança has been a component in our espresso blend over the past couple of months. It’s a coffee we’ve been enjoying in our regular cupping sessions, so much so that we decided to make it available as a single origin filter coffee.

Fazenda Esperança is located high in the hills of Minas Gerais – one of Brazil’s premier coffee producing regions, and was first planted under coffee in 1977 by Francisco Sebastiao Ferreira.

In 1982, Francisco and his wife decided it was time to divide the large farm between their five children. However, after doing so, the youngest of the brood decided that he wanted to farm coffee full time. He gradually purchased all the parcels that had been gifted to his brothers and, today, has managed to put Fazenda Esperança ‘back together again.’

This coffee is a natural processed coffee. The coffee cherries are laid out in the sun over a period of time and once dried, the beans are removed by dry milling. This method of processing allows more of the character of the cherry to influence the final cup.

This coffee has a mellow acidity with distinctive flavours of peanut and sesame. This is coupled with a caramelised sweetness and lingering praline finish.


Farm: Fazenda Esperança

Varietal(s): Red Catuai, Red Catucai, Topázio & Catiguá

Processing: Natural

Altitude: 1,226 metres above sea level

Owner: Fabio Ferreira Silva

Town: Campos Altos

Region: Cerrado Mineiro

Country: Brazil

Total size of farm: 273 hectares

Area under coffee: 116 hectares

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