Brazil is very classical but for sure not boring coffee origin, and this coffee is a great proof to it. As the owners of the farm say Fazenda Santa Luzia is the place were Tradition meets Innovation. Located in Minas Gerais region which offers perfect growing conditions in this country.
Oliveira family farms elevation range 1000 – 1250 meters above sea level and are located in the only city in the entire country where the Atlantic Forest, and the Brazilian Rain Forest converge precisely with the Cerrado Mineiro. Combining both biomes presents an ideal combination of precipitation and acidity from de Cerrado Mineiro soil. The rainfall index reaches 1,700 mm/year. Regional micro-climates also present an ideal circumstance that allow coffee to consistently showcase its uniqueness and versatility as a result of the changes in regional micro-climates.
Fazenda Santa Luzia sits at a top of the hillside overlooking the valley, and is beautifully structured, segmented and its coffee fully traceable. Santa Luzia is responsible for the production of the majority of our bourbon, catui and topazio varietals as well as naturals and honey processed productions. Santa Luzia is the neighboring farm to Fazenda Serrinha.