Brazil

Pinheirinho 250g

Cacco and hazelnut flavoured body finished by date and prune sweetness.

Prunes, Raisin and Chocolate

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

On all orders above 400 DKK (54€)

WE SHIP EVERY TUESDAY

We always want you to get fresh roasted beans which is why we roast on Mondays and ship every Tuesday

Expect notes of

Prunes

Raisin

Chocolate

The Farmer

The Pinheirinho farm is owned and managed by Lilica, a third generation coffee farmer who inherited the operation from his father. When Lilica’s father was still alive he oversaw the management of Pinheirinho and Lilica was not involved because of problems with alcohol abuse. Since his father’s death twenty years ago Lilica has however actively managed the 25-hectare-farm and produced some stunning coffees from a mix of varietals including Yellow Icatu, Yellow Catuai, Yellow Catucai and Acaia.
As time passed Lilica gained a deeper understanding of coffee farming and processing. Five years ago he began working with Carmo Coffees to learn about cup quality and is now able to determine flavours and attributes in each cup. And in 2014 he began handpicking only the ripest cherries and sorting these to arrive at a high-quality final selection. His goal for the future is to continue improving cup quality, to obtain a certificate of sustainability, and to continue a stable production of specialty coffees.

Carmo de Minas, Brazil

Brazil grows approximately 30 percent of the world’s coffee, most of which has been planted, processed and sold expressly to accommodate the global commodity market. In the early 2000s small towns like Carmo de Minas and growers like Lilica started to improve planting, harvesting and processing techniques with the aim of producing specialty coffees. This has been made possible in Carmo de Minas because of the terroir, which supports high-quality products.
Carmo de Minas is located in the southern part of Minas Gerais state, a region gifted with unique natural conditions for producing specialty coffees including fertile soils, a predominance of sunlight and relatively high elevations between 900 and 1.500 meters above sea level (Lilica grows his coffees at 1.056 - 1.140 masl). Carmo de Minas is part of the Serra da Mantiqueira micro-region, which comprises over 7.000 coffee growers with an estimated output of 1 million bags. This micro-region was also the first in Brazil to obtain a Geographical Indication seal for coffee in 2011, indicating that the coffees produced here have unique qualities attributable to their origin.

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Technical
Data

Micro mill Pinheirnho
Region Carmo de Minas
Varietals Bourbon
Altitude 1200 masl
Process Natural
Lot CCS 77
Harvest March 2016

Process
Natural

Natural processing is the original manner in which all coffee was previously processed. The cherries are dried whole with the beans inside, just as one would dry a grape to produce a raisin. Over several weeks the pulp dries onto the parchment that surrounds the bean and as the sugars encourage fermentation, the flavour profile develops a fruity and bold character.

Brew guide

You can brew our coffees any way you want it
is just a matter of the right ratios.

Philosophy

Brigthness

Showcase the purest, cleanest and finest coffees we can get our hands on. Promulgate the wisdom on varieties, terroir and processing. Reflect the changing of the seasons in the coffees that we present. Release and reveal the innate quality of each unique coffee. Roast lightly and gently with an utmost respect for the raw material. Create long lasting partnerships among farmers, roasters and baristas. Reflect sustainability, traceability and a sound production throughout the whole process. Embrace innovation in each step from cherry to cup. Broaden the knowledge of a new nordic coffee approach.

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Cacco and hazelnut flavoured body finished by date and prune sweetness.

Prunes, Raisin and Chocolate

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

On all orders above 400 DKK (54€)

WE SHIP EVERY TUESDAY

We always want you to get fresh roasted beans which is why we roast on Mondays and ship every Tuesday

Expect notes of

Prunes

Raisin

Chocolate

The Farmer

The Pinheirinho farm is owned and managed by Lilica, a third generation coffee farmer who inherited the operation from his father. When Lilica’s father was still alive he oversaw the management of Pinheirinho and Lilica was not involved because of problems with alcohol abuse. Since his father’s death twenty years ago Lilica has however actively managed the 25-hectare-farm and produced some stunning coffees from a mix of varietals including Yellow Icatu, Yellow Catuai, Yellow Catucai and Acaia.
As time passed Lilica gained a deeper understanding of coffee farming and processing. Five years ago he began working with Carmo Coffees to learn about cup quality and is now able to determine flavours and attributes in each cup. And in 2014 he began handpicking only the ripest cherries and sorting these to arrive at a high-quality final selection. His goal for the future is to continue improving cup quality, to obtain a certificate of sustainability, and to continue a stable production of specialty coffees.

Carmo de Minas, Brazil

Brazil grows approximately 30 percent of the world’s coffee, most of which has been planted, processed and sold expressly to accommodate the global commodity market. In the early 2000s small towns like Carmo de Minas and growers like Lilica started to improve planting, harvesting and processing techniques with the aim of producing specialty coffees. This has been made possible in Carmo de Minas because of the terroir, which supports high-quality products.
Carmo de Minas is located in the southern part of Minas Gerais state, a region gifted with unique natural conditions for producing specialty coffees including fertile soils, a predominance of sunlight and relatively high elevations between 900 and 1.500 meters above sea level (Lilica grows his coffees at 1.056 - 1.140 masl). Carmo de Minas is part of the Serra da Mantiqueira micro-region, which comprises over 7.000 coffee growers with an estimated output of 1 million bags. This micro-region was also the first in Brazil to obtain a Geographical Indication seal for coffee in 2011, indicating that the coffees produced here have unique qualities attributable to their origin.

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Technical
Data

Micro mill Pinheirnho
Region Carmo de Minas
Varietals Bourbon
Altitude 1200 masl
Process Natural
Lot CCS 77
Harvest March 2016

Process
Natural

Natural processing is the original manner in which all coffee was previously processed. The cherries are dried whole with the beans inside, just as one would dry a grape to produce a raisin. Over several weeks the pulp dries onto the parchment that surrounds the bean and as the sugars encourage fermentation, the flavour profile develops a fruity and bold character.

Brew guide

You can brew our coffees any way you want it
is just a matter of the right ratios.

Philosophy

Brigthness

Showcase the purest, cleanest and finest coffees we can get our hands on. Promulgate the wisdom on varieties, terroir and processing. Reflect the changing of the seasons in the coffees that we present. Release and reveal the innate quality of each unique coffee. Roast lightly and gently with an utmost respect for the raw material. Create long lasting partnerships among farmers, roasters and baristas. Reflect sustainability, traceability and a sound production throughout the whole process. Embrace innovation in each step from cherry to cup. Broaden the knowledge of a new nordic coffee approach.