João Hamilton - Sumatra

$21.30 

per delivery

Mogiana

,

Brazil

FAF' our export partner painstakingly tasted their way through every section on João's farm to discover this coffee; Sumatra is known for excellent cup quality at small yields.

FAF' our export partner painstakingly tasted their way through every section on João's farm to discover this coffee; Sumatra is known for excellent cup quality at small yields.

Mogiana

,

Brazil

FAF' our export partner painstakingly tasted their way through every section on João's farm to discover this coffee; Sumatra is known for excellent cup quality at small yields.

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Bright & Juicy

The Hamilton’s farm - ‘Sitio Canaã’ has deep roots. Its story goes back to the beginning of the 18th century when it was still under Dutch control. When our export partner ‘FAF’ began working with João Hamilton in 2005 the first step was to plot, and taste coffee from different parts of the farm. Interestingly, one particular spot on João’s farm always tasted more citric and expressive than the rest. Research revealed the trees here to be of Sumatra (Typica) variety - a different varietal to the rest of the farm. The Sumatra variety was the first lineage of Arabica to be planted in Brazil, its genetics going back to 1727 when it was gifted to a Brazilian Sergeant by the name of Francisco Mello Palheta. Although this varietal spread throughout Brazil, it’s now quite rare. Most farmers have pulled them up and replanted more productive, less interesting varieties.

Category
Bright & Juicy
Decaf
Notes
Mango & Honeycomb
Process
Natural
Varietal
Sumatra
Harvest
August 2021
Notes
Mango & Honeycomb
Process
Natural
Varietal
Sumatra

The Hamilton’s farm - ‘Sitio Canaã’ has deep roots. Its story goes back to the beginning of the 18th century when it was still under Dutch control. When our export partner ‘FAF’ began working with João Hamilton in 2005 the first step was to plot, and taste coffee from different parts of the farm. Interestingly, one particular spot on João’s farm always tasted more citric and expressive than the rest. Research revealed the trees here to be of Sumatra (Typica) variety - a different varietal to the rest of the farm. The Sumatra variety was the first lineage of Arabica to be planted in Brazil, its genetics going back to 1727 when it was gifted to a Brazilian Sergeant by the name of Francisco Mello Palheta. Although this varietal spread throughout Brazil, it’s now quite rare. Most farmers have pulled them up and replanted more productive, less interesting varieties.

The Hamilton’s farm - ‘Sitio Canaã’ has deep roots. Its story goes back to the beginning of the 18th century when it was still under Dutch control. When our export partner ‘FAF’ began working with João Hamilton in 2005 the first step was to plot, and taste coffee from different parts of the farm. Interestingly, one particular spot on João’s farm always tasted more citric and expressive than the rest. Research revealed the trees here to be of Sumatra (Typica) variety - a different varietal to the rest of the farm. The Sumatra variety was the first lineage of Arabica to be planted in Brazil, its genetics going back to 1727 when it was gifted to a Brazilian Sergeant by the name of Francisco Mello Palheta. Although this varietal spread throughout Brazil, it’s now quite rare. Most farmers have pulled them up and replanted more productive, less interesting varieties.

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