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Quality from seed to your cup

Light, temperature, humidity, soil and water are essential factors to grow the best organic coffee; These ideal resources, present in our crops in Minas Gerais, surrounded by beehives that pollinate it, for the benefit of its production, taste and quality, are delicately explored. Likewise, good cultivation practices depend on climatic conditions because, due to the subtle stimulus of the rains, the flowering of the coffee plant does not stop; and in turn, it stimulates its fruit that grows quickly and begins to ripen, just when the coffee plant requires more nutrients.

A good semi-shade with foliage extracts a lot of water from the soil, thus helping the ideal conservation of the roots of the coffee plant, under perfectly controlled shade, since the growth and harvest of the following year will depend on them. The shade and the trees of the forests that surround it modify the environment, cooling the air and increasing its humidity, and produce biological waste that naturally fertilizes the soil. They are natural forests, so strictly controlled in Brazil, and other trees planted with the intention of maintaining the ecological balance that the environment naturally generates and that attracts microorganisms and insects that help to fight pests naturally.

The fruits are harvested when they are very ripe. Cleaning or washing the beans and drying are as important as their cultivation, since our specialty coffee requires the maintenance of a certain degree of humidity, which will remain that way until roasting.

There is a strict control of the drying of the coffee fruit, since it does not ripen uniformly; for this reason, crops are inspected at various points during harvest and are harvested only after they are fully ripe. This means that not all beans will be in the same drying phase.

The storage of grains must be carefully preserved. The best way to maintain the quality of the grains is to store them in bags made with natural fiber materials, since in addition to facilitating handling, they allow air circulation, protect the product, do not pollute the environment and are reusable.