Coffee
São Judas Tadeu, Brazil, Filter
$25.00


 

Tasting notes

 - Apricot, creamy body & orange blossom

 

Brewing

We suggest using this coffee for filter brew methods, such as a pourover, aeropress, chemex or batch brew (or similar). It's roasted a bit lighter to accentuate the delicious fruitiness and acidity that we love.

 

Origin Information

Country : Brazil

State : Bahia

Region : Chapada Diamantina

Town : Piatã

Elevation : 1300-1380 MASL

Variety : Catuaí

Processing : Natural

Farm Owners : Antônio and Terezinha Rigno de Oliveira

 

Growth Story

Fazenda São Judas Tadeu lies outside the small town of Piatã, in Bahia’s Chapada Diamantina region, at an elevation of 1,300 to 1,380 metres above sea level. Chapada Diamantina translates to ”Diamond Plateau” in Portuguese, and for 100 years this area was mined for the gemstones embedded in its cliffs. Today, the region is famous for its specialty coffee.

The farm is owned by Antônio Rigno and his wife Terezinha, who have been farming coffee in the region for more than 40 years. Antônio owns a number of farms in Piatã and is an extremely well respected member of the community. Many farmers in the area look to him for advice and mentorship, and he graciously lets them process their coffee at the wet mill located at São Judas Tadeu.


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