The Andrade Family is one of the oldest coffee-producing families in Cerrado Mineiro region, at the Minas Gerais state in Brazil. The Capim Branco Farm has deeds dating back to 1901. Nowadays, following the footsteps of their ancestors, the brothers Ismael and Eduardo Andrade are the owners, producing coffee with passion and respect for the environment and people for over a century.
In the early 90's they decided to expand production, volume improvement and quality all together, acquiring the São Silvestre Farm in Serra do Salitre, also part of Cerrado Mineiro - Minas Gerais state.
The farm and its Terroir are situated in an altitude ranging between 1100 - 1220 meters, with perfectly balanced wet and dry seasons.
Roasted almond, creamy chocolate fudge, and a bitter-sweet finish
Region: Cerrado Mineiro
Altitude: 1150 m
Varietal: Yellow Catuai