There are two different coffee plants: Arabica and Robusta. The “better” said coffees are from arabica plants, which have intense sweetness and aroma with large variety of acidity, body and flavor.
The combinations, or blends, are developed to balance or accentuate the best qualities of each arabica variety. The most common at the best producing regions in Brazil are: Bourbon, Catuai, Acaia and Mundo Novo. And among these varieties there are sub varieties: Yellow and Red Borboun, Yellow and Red Catuai, and different types of Mundo Novo.
Our farm only works with arabica plants, both organic and conventional.
We have 54ha of coffee trees planted in our land, out of which 50ha are of conventional coffee of Mundo Novo, Yellow Catuai, V144 Catuai and 2SL Catucai. And we have 4ha of organic variety 2SL Catucai and Sabia T.