Sladká, čokoláda, karamel
Daterra farms in the city of PatrocÃnio are the oldest coffee plantations in Brazilian Cerrado region, and it is amongst the best coffee producing areas in the country. All plantations are located at an average altitude of over 3.000 ft and some terroirs are around 4.000 ft.
Wind, sun and soil are exceptional for Arabica trees. The diverse altitudes and microclimates create conditions that will later surprise the palate with a large range of flavors from velvet-chocolaty to bright-flowery profiles.
Region Cerrado Mineiro | It is a subsection of the vast Brazilian Cerrado, a tropical savanna that covers a little over two million square kilometers (789,604 square miles), ranging from Minas Gerais in the south to Tocantins in the north, and from Minas Gerais in the east to parts of Paraguay and Bolivia in the west.
Altitude 1100 m
Varietal Mundo Novo | A vigorous and productive plant with good quality cup but susceptible to major diseases. Grown widely in South America, but rarely in Central America and the Caribbean.
Process pulped natural + natural
Drying 100% sun dried patios
Certifications Rainforest Alliance, UTZ, 4C