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Fazenda Santa Cruz, Brazil

Fazenda Santa Cruz, Brazil

Bold aromatics, chocolate marzipan, strawberry syrup

Regular price R 210.00
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Roast Style: Progressive

These tend to be lighter bodied coffees, that forefront flavour nuances inherent to the specific bean. These coffees tend to have natural sweetness and distinctive aromatic properties.

As a general guide, they'll be great brewed using any filter method. We'd recommend trying them black.

Roaster's Notes

Balance is the cornerstone of success when roasting coffee that has undergone an
extended fermentation. Vibrant and unconventional, we strive to highlight the more
unusual flavour characteristics while upholding a harmonious interplay of acidity and
How we apply heat throughout the roast is important. Opting for a longer profile,
primarily driven by airflow. The result is unparalleled clarity and velvety soft mouthfeel;
only hinting at the nuttiness we have come to expect from Brazilian coffee.

Brew Guides

Click the link below to download a free brew guide with simple recipes to get the most out of your at-home brews.

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Delivery Price

> Door to door courier: (R65 - R95, or free on spend of+R650)

> Collection: Free. (Orders can be collected at our Bree St Cafe.)

When will I get my order?


Your order will be ready to collect on the first Tuesday or Friday that follows your order, at 13:00. We will send you an email confirmation when your order is ready for collection.


We try to dispatch non Cape Town orders as soon as we can, and no later than the Tuesday or Friday that follows your order. Couriers take 1-3 days to deliver your package depending on your location.

We deliver around the Cape Town area every Tuesday and Friday.

We will email you confirmation of when your order is on it's way! 

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Originally an orange farm, Josiani and her husband, Giovanni Bragagnolo, shifted their focus to coffee in 1998. Microlots, such as this lot, receive particular attention during the fermentation stage, bringing unique complexity and clarity of flavour. Frequent specialty coffee events and cuppings are hosted at the farm to bring together industry experts; sharing information and showcasing their superb offering.
The farm has become self-sustainable in many ways. While producing their own organic compost and incorporating water recycling systems, Santa Cruz has also established its own seedbeds for various coffee varieties. Their goal is continual enhancement; prioritising staff growth and security while producing top-tier specialty coffees for global markets.

Altitude: 1100m ASL
Processing: Anaerobic Natural
Variety: Catuai
Harvest: 2023
Region: Paraguaçu, Minas Gerais , Brazil
Producer: Josiani Moraes of Fazenda Santa Cruz



For the last ten years we’ve had the privilege of sourcing, roasting and showcasing many superb and distinctive coffees.

There’s so much exciting variety in coffee that we feel like we'd be selfish not to share it with our growing family of coffee lovers.

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