Brazil Fine Cup 16/18 - Marco Aurelio

Dried fruits, chocolate, caramel, heavy body
Lot # PC14169#1
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This is a Fine Cup grade coffee from Marco Aurelio da Silva's farm, Fazenda São Sebastião in the city of São Sebatião do Paraíso, Brazil. It is made up of 60% semi-washed and 40% natural processed beans grown at 1100 masl. The towns of Machado, Monto Santo, Intamogi, and Sao Sabastiao in southwest Minas Gerais hug the border with Sau Paulo. A generation ago coffees grown in this region would have been known simply as Santos after the famed coffee port 400 miles away, once less than a day’s journey on a railroad build by coffee farmers, for whom state border meant little when it came to growing coffee. Although Minas Gerais has been the largest coffee producing state in Brazil for decades, but before that, it was Sau Paulo. For 100 years, Sau Paulo was the king of coffee and Minas Gerais was better known for milk. In the government, when the two states flexed their combined political muscle, they were known as “coffee and milk.”
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Total Bags In Lot 15
Status Spot
Subregion Tombos > Corrego das Palmeiras > São Sebastião do Paraiso
Farm Name Marco Aurelio da Silva
Producer Type Single Estate
Wet Mill Graciano
Dry Mill Paline & Alves
Processing Semi-Washed
Bag Type Grain Pro / Ecotact
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