Carmo Coffees Regional

Country: Brazil

CarmoCoffees, established in 2007, has been a pioneer in innovating the specialty coffee market of Brazil's Carmo de Minas region, revolutionising traditional coffee production methods.

By prioritising quality and local value, the company has introduced cutting-edge post-harvest processes and cultivated superior coffee varieties, garnering international recognition for Brazilian specialty coffees.

Recent initiatives include the establishment of a state-of-the-art warehouse in Três Corações, designed to meet the evolving needs of specialty coffee. Additionally, CarmoCoffees has made substantial investments in sustainability projects, including the implementation of a photovoltaic plant to reduce carbon emissions and a reforestation effort.

Addressing waste management challenges, CarmoCoffees has partnered with local organisations to redirect recyclable materials from its offices, providing support to waste management cooperatives and families reliant on recycling for income. Furthermore, the company has embarked on a project to enhance coffee production through bee pollination, offering resources and training to participating producers.

Innovatively tackling organic waste, CarmoCoffees has implemented composting solutions in partnership with BioCicle, transforming coffee ground leftovers from cupping sessions into organic fertilizer for coffee planting, promoting sustainability and environmental stewardship.

The Regional Selection presented by CarmoCoffees is a meticulously crafted blend of Natural Processed Coffees. These beans are meticulously selected from coffee growers within the Carmo de Minas region, nestled in the southern part of Minas Gerais amidst the Mantiqueira mountains renowned for their exceptional conditions for specialty coffee cultivation. This region experiences an annual rainfall averaging between 1,100mm to 1,600mm, providing optimal moisture for coffee growth. The picking season spans from May to August, coinciding with the dry season, ensuring ideal conditions for fruit ripening and flavour development.




Carmo de Minas


1,000m - 1,300m

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Coffee Varieties

Variety: Yellow Bourbon

Harvest: May to August
Processing: Natural
Cup Profile: Chocolate, Caramel and Brown Sugar with a Citric Acidity and Liqueur body with a sweet finish.

Good socio-environmental practices

Beyond its commitment to cultivating exceptional coffee, Fazenda Santa Izabel prioritises good socio-environmental practices. The farm extends its expertise to small producers in the region with the provision of courses and workshops. This not only fortifies ties within the community but also empowers local producers to connect with international buyers, ensuring a sustainable future for all involved.

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