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Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG)   







  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - Sample-3 oz.
Code: 7
Price: $3.75
Quantity in Basket: none
  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - Small-14 oz.
Code: 8
Price: $12.74
Quantity in Basket: none



  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - Regular-30 oz.
Code: 9
Price: $25.01
Quantity in Basket: none
  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - Large-40 oz.
Code: 10
Price: $31.22
Quantity in Basket: none



  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - Bulk-80 oz.
Code: 12
Price: $64.40
Quantity in Basket: none
  Brazil Nossa Senhora de Fatima (ORG) - CasePak (8/12 oz)
Code: 538
Price: $93.52
Quantity in Basket: none



The Nossa Senhora de Fatima farm is owned by Ricardo de Aguiar Resende and his wife, Gisele, both of whom are 3rd generation coffee producers. They live on the farm and are very dedicated to their work.

They have developed and implemented several social projects, including housing for workers, the building of a school, and an education program for the worker's children.

The farm consists of 395 hectares, of which 235 are planted with coffee. Environmental protection and preservation are a priority for Ricardo and Gisele. They have invested in replanting native trees, taking care of the native flora and fauna, and the development of a reforestation process for shade trees.

To improve the quality of the beans, the owners have created organic compost fertilizers and are using micro-organisms from the farm to enhance and to feed the trees.

Cupping Notes: Creamy, dark chocolate
Location: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Altitude: Approximately 3,200 feet or 1000 meters
Varietal: Acaia, Bourbon, Catuai, Mundo Novo
Process: Natural
Drying: Sun dried

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