Brazil Santuário Sul

Farm Coffee, Project Coffee

Santuario Sul is a section of the Fazenda Irmãs Pereira of about 120 hectares, which has 30 different varieties.

The sanctuary farm is a project that was born from the goal of being ahead of market trends. It is not easy to begin planning with plans to bring coffee from different regions of the world to generate a new profile of Brazilian coffee. The coffees that grow here are reflections of the obstinacy of Luiz Paulo and his partners. Today, in addition to the traditional Brazilian varieties (like yellow bourbon), the farm has more than 30 exotic varieties of coffee, differentiated cultivation practices (such as shade plantation) and innovative processes (New Flavors). The Santuário Sul is next to one of the most traditional farms in Carmo de Minas, Irmãs Pereira, where it has its coffee benefited. Very carefully, the varieties planted there are monitored closely to be able to offer the best result within the climatic conditions of the region. In addition, Luiz Paulo himself makes sure to always taste the first samples of each of these coffees.

Country: Brazil
Region: Carmo de Minas, MG
Farm: Santuário Sul
Altitude: 1.300 masl.
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This coffee has a full and intense body with a medium acidity and high sweetness.
Flavors of dried fruits and wood.

Variety: Red Catucai, Yellow Icatu, Geisha
Processing: natural, honey-processed