200 g




Coromandel, Minas Gerais


Wagner Crivelenti Ferrero


Pantano Buriti


1.150 m




Yellow bourbon



Notas de cata

chocolate, cocoa, nut

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    The coffee
    With an SCA score of 90 and unusual elegance, this pulped natural Yellow Bourbon coffee is grown at Fazenda Pantano in Brazil, at an altitude of 1,150 metres above sea level. This Rainforest Alliance certified coffee has a natural sweetness and a nutty nuance, with notes of cocoa and chocolate.
    Fazenda Pântano is located in the Cerrado, near the town of Patos de Minas, and occupies a total area of 600 hectares. The coffee cherries are picked and pulped and then immediately air-dried on African-style raised beds. Fazenda Pantano supports a local school and funds various training programmes and courses for its staff. It is also Rainforest Alliance certified.

    The Producer
    Wagner Ferrero was born in 1956, in Altinópolis, São Paulo state, in a coffee-growing region. Ferrero has a passion for coffee culture in his veins. The grandson of Italian immigrants who came to Brazil in 1912 to work in the coffee plantations, Ferrero is today one of the largest producers of high quality coffees in Brazil, grown on more than 550 hectares, planted exclusively in the Cerrado Mineiro region. At “Fazenda Pântano”, it produces in the Cerrado Mineiro Region with 148 different varieties, including Catuai Amarillo, Ibarê, Topázio, Caturra, Acaiá and two exclusive varieties, UVA (125 IAC) and Bourbon Amarillo (LC 30-10). Ferrero makes use of the latest technology to produce high quality and sustainable coffees, for which it recently received a Sustainability Award from a National Magazine in the category of perennial cultivars.

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