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Brazil Cerrado Mineiro

Brazil Cerrado Mineiro

Precio habitual $18.00 USD
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The story of the Naimeg family farms goes back to August 17, 1938, when Gerson Naimeg was born in Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais to a father recently immigrated from Germany and a Brazilian mother. As a young man, he moved his family to the northern state of Paraná in 1957, where he married Hercília Mafra from Botelhos in Southern Minas Gerais. Together they had six children: Joseph Ali, Carlos, Nilza, Gerson, Mauro, and Jorge Fernando.

In 1962, after working for a coffee trader at the Northern Company of Paraná, Gerson acquired his first piece of land and was able to show his passion for coffee by planting a farm in the northern region of Paraná. The family-owned Naimeg group was founded in 1965 as an organization dedicated to the highest quality of coffee.

In 1981, after the crop had been devastated by three major frosts, Gerson decided to go to the mountains of Minas Gerais and acquired Fazenda Pântano in the city of Coromandel. The family now has three additional farms: Bela Vista, Ouro Verde, and Londrina, administered by Jorge Fernando Naimeg. The six siblings remain united, having preserved their family’s history and legacy for more than fifty years.

The family farms cover 394 hectares, with 190 hectares planted with coffee, and all coffee harvested is processed at the mill at Fazenda Pântano. The trees flower in September and October for the harvest the following July to September. The average temperature is 21° C. The farm grows several varieties of Catuai in addition to Topazio, Mundo Novo, Acacia Cerrado, Rubi, Paraiso, and Catucai.

Região do Cerrado Mineiro Designation of Origin


Grower  Grower: Jorge Fernando Naimeg

Farm  Farm: Lages, Londrina

Region  Region: Coromandel, Cerrado Mineiro, Brazil

Cultivar  Cultivar: Acaia, Acauã, Catiguá MG1, Mundo Novo, Paraiso, Red Catuai, Topazio , Yellow Catuai

Altitude  Altitude: 1000 meters

Processing Method  Processing Method: Natural


Roast Level  Roast Level: Medium Roast  Medium Roast

Cup  Cup profile: Salted Caramel, Nutty, Dark Chocolate

The Cup: A floral start on the nose as the coffee brings a melange of flavors into the cup. A smooth blend of caramel, spices, crystallized fruits, floral, honey, chocolate, and sugar cane.

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