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Brazil - Juliana Cardoso

Brazil - Juliana Cardoso

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Tasting Profile

Orange - Lemon - Hazelnut




We recommend resting beans for a minimum of 7 days for filter and 14 days for espresso.

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  • Technical Data

    Process: Natural

    Region: Ilicinea

    Varietal: Mundo Novo

    Elevation: 1000 MASL

    Cup Score: 84.5

  • Natural

    Brazilian Naturals are picked either selectively by hand or strip-picked by hand or mechanically. They are then typically spread to dry on patios or, in the production of some specialty coffees, dried on raised beds. Drying can take 20–25 days, depending on the weather.

From the mountainous region of Ilicnea, change is happening for the better.

When we travelled across Ilicnea in 2023, in the Sul De Minas region of Brazil, we experienced first hand the incredible mountainous ranges and Microclimate of this part of Brazil, working in perfect harmony with the varied biomes throughout the region enabling farmers to grow complex and delicious varietal crops.

As part of the Cocatrel Cooperative in Tres Pontas, Sul De Minas there is a group that was started this year for the female farmers who are part of the Cooperative.

The Cafeina Group are made up of 21 % of the members of the Cocatrel Cooperative equating to 1154 women producers. The idea was to encourage the engagement of these female producers in the decision making process of the Cooperative. They are organised to have meeting every two months to improve their education and knowledge but also to increase their visibility in the coffee growing community and promote their involvement.

Iandra Vilela who is head of the Cafeina group for Cocatrel was recognised this year with an award for 'Women in Coffee'. She won it for being an inspiration to other Women in the coffee industry in Brazil.

The Producers

This lot comes from Juliana Cardoso, and is made up naturally processed Mundo Novo. The coffee is machine harvested, before being separated by grade, and then pulped removing nearly 100% of the mucilage.

After this it is then left to dry on the patio of 7 - 10 days being regularly turned. The coffee is then left to rest for 30 days before being hulled and then delivered to the cooperative.

  • Free Shipping

    For all orders over £25 we offer a free shipping service via Royal Mail or DHL.

  • Roast Days

    We currently roast Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays, aiming to pack and ship your coffee as fresh and quick as possible.