Region: Carmo de Cachoeira, Lagoinha
Producer: Lagoinha Farm
Altitude: 1000 – 1100 m.a.s.l.
Soil: Volcanic Ash
Varietal: Yellow Bourbon
Rainfall: 250mm annually
In the cup: Orange, Strawberry, Vanilla and Rum.
The Lagoinha farm spans 203 hectares, but only 120 hectares are dedicated to coffee production. Located in Carmo de Cachoeira at an altitude of 1000-1100 m.a.s.l, the farm grows a variety of traditional coffee cultivars, including Yellow Bourbon, Yellow Catuai, Acaia, and Mundo Novo.
While the farm has long produced coffee for the commercial market, it has now shifted its focus exclusively to growing specialty coffee in response to the increasing demand and new generation of coffee farmers. Since 2019, this 120- hectare farm has been managed by two partners, Carlos Canellas and Matheus Avelar. Their shared vision was to transform this beautiful and productive coffee farm into a source of high-quality Brazilian coffees for the world to enjoy The Natural Yellow Bourbon was carefully selected by our sorting team and then dried on a patio for 72 hours until it reached the ideal moisture content.