Fazenda Santa Clara

Brazil Coffee grower

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BR-471-202103 • Upcoming harvest
Fazenda Santa Clara - Yellow Catucaí - Natural
  • Yellow Catucaí
  • 84.0 points est.
  Previous offers
BR-459-202008 • Past harvest
SL 4270 - Fazenda Santa Clara (Yellow Catucaí 15 Up - Natural Anaerobic Fermentation 60h)
  • Yellow Catucaí
BR-86-201707 • Past harvest
ST 2679/17
  • Yellow Catucaí
  • 83.5 points
BR-129-201806 • Past harvest
Fazenda Santa Clara ST-3147
  • Catuaí
  • 84.75 points
BR-178-201807 • Past harvest
SBT 2832
  • Yellow Bourbon
  • 87.75 points
BR-179-201807 • Past harvest
SBT 2780
  • Topazio
BR-184-201906 • Past harvest
BR-129 (2019)
BR-277-202006 • Past harvest
Yellow Catucaí Santa Clara
  • Yellow Catucaí
  • 84.0 points
BR-471-202103 • Upcoming harvest
Fazenda Santa Clara - Yellow Catucaí - Natural
  • Yellow Catucaí
  • 84.0 points est.
BR-469-202007 • Past harvest
SL 4313 Fazenda Santa Clara - Topázio - Natural microlot in a pile
  • Topázio

About

Sancoffee Santo Antonio Estates Coffee

Description

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The grower Paulo Afonso de Resende, after a long and successful journey as an engineer in Belo Horizonte, decided to fulfill another personal desire and reconnect with his family's history and his origins in the countryside. Thus, in 1993, he purchased Fazenda Santa Clara, located in Oliveira, Minas Gerais, where he started a new chapter as a coffee grower.

Certificates

4C UTZ Certified

Team

Sancoffee Santo Antonio Estates Coffee

Cooperative

Farm info

  • Farm size
    200 Ha
  • Employees count
    more than 20
  • Foundation year
    1993

Statistics

  • Roaster relationships
    6
  • Relationships with Roasters in
    Germany, Denmark, France, United Kingdom, and Portugal
  • Average orders per roaster
    3

Coffee production

  • Harvest period
    May
    August
  • Altitude range
    1050m - 1150m
  • Average annual production
    5000 Bags of 60kg
  • Arabica varieties

Trusted by

Smiths Coffee Company

Fazenda Santa Clara

Brazil

Santo Antônio do Amparo