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BRAZIL Sitio Sao Joao 340G
Variety: Red Catuai
Notes: Dark Honey, Chocolate, Caramalized Sugar, Apricot Jam, Vanilla, Cherry Well Balanced
Altitudes: 950 – 1100
Region: Mantiqueria (N.West)
Farm:Sitio Sao Joao
The São João farm has been in Valdemir’s family for many generations.It is located in the mountain range of Mantiqueira, a region known for producing some of the best coffees in Brazil due to its favourable microclimate and high elevations. São João has just 4 hectares of land planted with coffee, producing approximately 120 bags every year.
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