Name: Brazil Santos
Altitude: 1000-1300 meters
Region: Alta Mogiana
Farm: Sao Francisco
Varietal: Red + Yellow Catuai
Cupping Notes; Brilliant body, gorgeous flavor with deep, rich chocolate and nutty notes, perfectly smooth finish with a delicious aftertaste that lingers for a while.
This is the gateway drug to Yield Coffee. If you haven’t purchased from us before, we highly recommend this coffee. It will be the foundation to build your experiences upon. The natural process adds a slight fruity flavor to the coffee, resulting in a medium bodied, full-flavored, sweet and complex brew. Because of the natural process you’ll find some of the sweetness of the fruit carries into the cup.
Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producer and exporter. It is known the world over as the most prolific and dedicated of producing countries. Most years, Brazil produces 1/3 of the total amount of coffee grown worldwide.
Santos is a port city in southeastern state of Sao Paulo in southeastern Brazil. Santos is the country’s largest port. Santos is also home for one of the most famous athletes to ever live: Pele. He was part of the Brazilian national team that won three World Cup championships (1958, 1962, and 1970)
São Francisco Coffee Farm is located in the municipality of Patrocinio Paulista, São Paulo Estate, 12.5 miles from the city of Franca, Alta Mogiana region. It was purchased in 1994 by Nilton Messias, who wanted to devote himself to growing outstanding coffee. He named the farm Sao Francisco because it represents the new life experiences that he and his family are embarking on.
The coffees produced at São Francisco Coffee Farm are UTZ certified. Also, São Francisco Coffee Farm is part of a select group of farms belonging to the Alta Mogiana Specialty Coffee Association.
Shipping: We ship coffee every Monday. Place your order by 5pm on Friday to guarantee its shipment the following Monday.
São Francisco Coffee Farm is located in the municipality of Patrocinio Paulista, São Paulo Estate, 12.5 miles from the city of Franca, Alta Mogiana region. It was purchased in 1994 by Nilton Messias de Almeida, a retired Judge that loves the country land and coffee. The name Sao Francisco comes from a few life experiences in Nilton’s family. First, his father’s name is Francisco; second, he was born near the riverbanks of the São Francisco River and lastly the family’s devotion to Saint Francis Assisi.