Some of Brazil?s finest beans are produced in this area as the rolling green fields of Sul de Minas offer perfect growing conditions. The region itself forms a border between two very important river basins in Brazil: the Grande River Basin (which runs to the south) and the S?o Francisco River Basin (which runs to the northeast). Locally, the region is known as ?vertentes?.
The farmer of Fazenda Samambaia, Henrique Dias Cambraia believes he owes the success of the farm to a combination of various factors, in particularly, the farm?s geographic location; competent technical management of the plantations, with individualized phytosanitary controls of the planting fields; constant training based on total quality control programs; and, most importantly, the involvement of the whole team that works on the farm.
Taste: A touch of marzipan nuttiness when drunk as an espresso. Nice lingering aftertaste with milk - brings out the sweet juiciness and the berry notes on the finish. Characterful and versatile if not demanding
Process: Natural, pulped
Bag Size: 350