Farm Isidro Pereira




Aromatic notes


A Brazilian Specialty coffee grown in the Carmo de Minas region by Isidro Pereira and his son Luiz Paulo


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Origin: Carmo de Minas

Finca: Fazenda Isidro Pereira

Growth altitude: 950-1200 mt a.s.l.

Variety: Acaia

Processing method: Natural

Certifications: Specialty Coffee

Cupping score: 83

Everything you want to know

Isidro Pereira, father of Luiz Paulo, purchased Fazenda IP in 1967. At that time, Luiz was pursuing his university studies which would lead him to obtain a degree in agricultural techniques before joining his father in managing the plantation.

In 1974, at the initiative of Luiz Paulo, Fazenda IP began an expansion program that saw the amount of cultivated land and, consequently, coffee plants grow exponentially.

But the real turning point in Fazenda IP came when, decades later, it was decided to invest in a depulping machine and start studying and experimenting with new coffee processing methods to improve the quality of the harvest and produce beans that could be classified as Specialty Coffee.

A corporate policy that rewards cultivators with higher scores and penalizes those with defects has ensured that, after training on coffee processing methods and how these can improve cup quality, all the coffee grown at Fazenda IP has reached high standards in terms of quality, which has taken them several times in recent years to the finals of the Brazilian Cup of Excellence.

Of the over 700 hectares that make up Fazenda IP, 80 are dedicated to rainforest and nature reserve, where 12 springs originate.

The Acaia variety that makes up this lot is a hybrid between Typica and Bourbon, very genetically close to Mundo Novo, another variety widely grown in Brazil. This variety performs best between 800 and 1200m above sea level and is characterized by large leaves and fruits that turn a bright red when mature.

The mature fruits are dried on concrete patios for about 20/25 days until the drupe is completely dry.

A coffee that expresses itself best as espresso, with a creamy body, a fine acidity and a high sweetness with notes of milk chocolate, almond and raisins.

Tasting according to the SCA protocol, this lot scored 83 SCA points.

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