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BRAZIL SERTÃOZINHO C.O.E (Cup of Excellence) #8

Written By Tayt Bale 26 Mar 2018
BRAZIL SERTÃOZINHO C.O.E (Cup of Excellence) #8

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ST. ALi has been buying coffee from Sertaozinho for the last 6 years and this is the most incredible coffee we’ve tasted from this amazing farm. A new varietal the Arara originated by a natural crossing between the obatã with Icatu or Catuai yellow.

The cup characteristics are the typical sweet profile you would expect from Brazil, with Chocolate notes, muted but defined acidity with a delicate body and clean aftertaste.

Fazenda Sertãozinho has a total area of 1300 hectares, with 400 hectares planted with coffee. The oldest crops on the farm date back to 1948. Most of the workers live on the farm itself and are duly provided with health and dental plans. The symbol of Fazenda Sertãozinho is a 1500-year old pink cariniana tree that sits in the middle of the farm.