Brazil Cup of Excellence (CoE) - $30kg*
Grower: Helcio Carneiro Pinto Junior
Location: Carmo de Minas - State of Minas Gerais
Region: Sul de Minas
Total area: 30 hectares
Coffee growing area: 20 hectares
Variety: Yellow Bourbon
Processing system: Pulped Natural
Lot size: 19 bags
International Jury Score: 87.11 - Code: 4550
Jury Descriptions: caramel, vanilla, apple, fantastic acidity, red apple, chocolate, elegant blueberry
The list of the "pre selected farms" was pretty long with 178 of the best Brazilian growers...
Then the local coffee experts then selected a short list of 60 farms...
The international judges then selected 36 coffees with a score of 84 or higher... http://www.bsca.com.br/auction2004/attest03_en.php
And even though this was one of the smallest farms in the CoE they scored high enough to beat more than 160 of Brazils top growers.
Details on the farm can be found:
Above photo is from their web site of the Yellow Bourbon variety that earnt them a Cup of Excellence award.
This coffee is in stock and will be freighted the day after payment received. Please email your order to beanbay@CoffeeSnobs.com.au
* plus freight options
- 3kg Postpack $8.10
- 3kg Express Postpack $9.50
- 5kg Fastway Courier $8.80 (++ to available areas)
- For larger shipping amounts please contact us.
The required "fine print" ;)
++ Check the Fastway locator for availability to your area. Select Geelong as the "local", put your postcode and 5kg as the weight. If you see the satchel option then you can use the Fastway courier service. You will need to supply a business hours address to ensure someone is there to accept the delivery. http://tinyurl.com/apl9f
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