Fazenda Santo Antônio

Country: Brazil

The Alckmin family has been cultivating exceptional coffees in the picturesque Mantiqueira de Minas region since the mid-twentieth century. With a rich heritage dating back to 1933 when Mr. Alcides Moreira, the great-grandfather of the current owner, initiated the farm’s coffee-growing legacy, Santo Antonio Farm is now in its fourth generation of dedicated coffee producers. 

Nestled in a mountainous landscape boasting altitudes of up to 1,300m, the farm specialises in cultivating high-quality Arabica beans. The meticulous manual harvesting process, necessitated by the altitude, contributes to the exceptional quality of the final product. Santo Antonio Farm takes pride in offering a diverse range of coffees, including natural, pulped natural, and fermented varieties, all crafted with an unwavering commitment to quality, productivity, and sustainability. 

Under the leadership of Carolina Alckmin, the farm is consistently pushing boundaries in every stage of the growing and production process. Beyond the pursuit of excellence, the farm places a strong emphasis on creating a positive social impact for all individuals involved in its coffee production. 

Committed to sustainability, Santo Antonio Farm adopts rational waste management practices and actively conserves water and natural resources. By reusing by-products and waste as sources of fuel and organic material for crops, the farm maintains an eco-friendly approach. Additionally, for every two hectares of coffee planting, one hectare is preserved for native forests. The integration of solar energy further reinforces the farm’s dedication to reducing pollution and carbon emissions. 

As a proud member of a larger group of farms, Santo Antonio is actively engaged in several impactful projects, including: 

Frutificar: A project dedicated to promoting greater integration of women in coffee cultivation, spanning from planting and maintenance to harvesting. 

The Community Garden: An initiative where farm families actively participate in nurturing various vegetables, enhancing nutrition through the cultivation of organic produce.


Carolina Alckmin


Mantiqueira de Minas


1,100m - 1,300m

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Coffee Varieties

Variety: Catuaí 144 

Harvest: June to September
Processing: Natural
Cup Profile: Chocolate Nuts, Molasses, Yellow Fruits, Critic Acidity and Silky Body

Variety: Yellow Catuaí

Harvest: June to Sept
Processing: Honey
Cup Profile: Chocolate, Caramel, Hazelnut, Molasses, Malic Acidity, Creamy Body.

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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