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Fazenda Trapia NY2 16up Bourbon pulped natural

pulped natural

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Brazil Fazenda Trapia NY2 16up Bourbon pulped natural

pulped natural

This lot impresses with notes of wild cherry and an intense sweetness.

Plus 7% VAT
8,47  / 1 kg

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All the facts about our Brazil Fazenda Trapia NY2 16up Bourbon pulped natural

Region Baependi - Mantiqueira de Minas
Producer Andrea Rangel and Renato Pita
Variety Bourbon
Process pulped natural
Type Unwashed Arabica
Category Microlot
Harvest from May to September
Shipping from November to March
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg

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Lime
Cherry
Molasses

Brazil

Fazenda Trapia NY2 16up Bourbon pulped natural

pulped natural

Andrea and Renato started learning about coffee production together, when they decided to change their career, after retirement.
Following their dream, they found Trapiá at the highest mountains of Mantiqueira region and decided to restore the property.

At that time, there were only 20.000 coffee plants and no coffee structure for the post-harvest. Nowadays the farm has 70 hectares (190.000 plants) under coffee and a
state-of-the-art processing structure counting on three patios, a wet station where they separate the cherries, a pulping machine and two dryers.

Trapiá counts with 13 employees during low season and around 25 during the harvest.
In addition to provide livable wages, the farm promotes lectures
on health and hygiene, nutrition, and environmental care for all employees and their families.

The coffee at the farm is hand picked and they also use the semi-mechanized method, with small handheld machines, where the area is mountainous.
Where the relief allows it, they harvest mechanically.

Other agricultural activities at Trapiá include primarily forestry.
Some 40.000 Candeia trees (a native species) have been planted on the farm.
Over 30% of the land is under native vegetation, where the predominant biome is the Atlantic Forest.

There are several water springs and falls inside the farm, all of them preserved and surrounded by the local flora. The wildlife lives in harmony with the environment.
Sustainable programs currently in action include the planting of more different species of trees and the establishing of an eco corridor in partnership with neighboring farms.

The producers participated on the 2021 Especialíssimo Award Ceremony. Their specialty coffee won the third place, a result of their commitment to quality and sustainability.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Brazil

Mountain

Varieties

More than 40 varieties are grown, mainly Catuaí, Catucaí, Bourbon, Mundo Novo.

Processing methods

Natural Drying, Pulped Natural 

Altitude range

200-1100 masl 

Harvest

Starts in May/June and ends in October 

Total yearly production

2022/23 ca. 65.49 million bags

Coffees from Brazil

Main production areas: 

Minas Gerais: the state with the largest coffee production, divided into Southwest, Central-Western, Southeast. Only produces Arabica. Main export port of Santos in the state of São Paulo.

Espirito Santo: the state with the second largest coffee production; largest Robusta production in Brazil; 70% Robusta and 30% Arabica; Main export ports: Vitoria in the state of Espirito Santo, Salvador de Bahia in the state of Bahia.

São Paulo: the state with the third largest coffee production. Only produces Arabica; Main export port: Santos in the state of São Paulo.

Parana: one of the states with the lowest production (approx. 2%)

Port of Shipment: Santos, Vitoria, Salvador de Bahia

Export bag size: 59kg or 60kg

Total number of coffee farmers: ca. 280.000 

Region Baependi - Mantiqueira de Minas
Producer Andrea Rangel and Renato Pita
Variety Bourbon
Process pulped natural
Type Unwashed Arabica
Harvest from May to September
Shipping from November to March
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg
This lot impresses with notes of wild cherry and an intense sweetness.

Andrea and Renato started learning about coffee production together, when they decided to change their career, after retirement.
Following their dream, they found Trapiá at the highest mountains of Mantiqueira region and decided to restore the property.

At that time, there were only 20.000 coffee plants and no coffee structure for the post-harvest. Nowadays the farm has 70 hectares (190.000 plants) under coffee and a
state-of-the-art processing structure counting on three patios, a wet station where they separate the cherries, a pulping machine and two dryers.

Trapiá counts with 13 employees during low season and around 25 during the harvest.
In addition to provide livable wages, the farm promotes lectures
on health and hygiene, nutrition, and environmental care for all employees and their families.

The coffee at the farm is hand picked and they also use the semi-mechanized method, with small handheld machines, where the area is mountainous.
Where the relief allows it, they harvest mechanically.

Other agricultural activities at Trapiá include primarily forestry.
Some 40.000 Candeia trees (a native species) have been planted on the farm.
Over 30% of the land is under native vegetation, where the predominant biome is the Atlantic Forest.

There are several water springs and falls inside the farm, all of them preserved and surrounded by the local flora. The wildlife lives in harmony with the environment.
Sustainable programs currently in action include the planting of more different species of trees and the establishing of an eco corridor in partnership with neighboring farms.

The producers participated on the 2021 Especialíssimo Award Ceremony. Their specialty coffee won the third place, a result of their commitment to quality and sustainability.