Brazil and Ethiopia have been pillars of coffee production for centuries.Both countries have unique micro-climates which has produced extremely complex and unique coffee varietals.
Patrocinio, Brazil is one of the oldest and among the best coffee producing regions in the country. All plantations are located between 900 and 1,200 meters above sea level where wind, sun and soil are exceptional for Arabica production. The diverse altitudes and microclimates create conditions that will surprise the palate with a large range of flavors from velvet and chocolate to bright-flowery profiles. Our producers in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia Have approximately 250 hectares of sloped farm land. Coffees from the Greater Sidamo produce a very unique cup profile high in tropical fruits, acidity, berries and cream.