Amazónica Brazil - Cerrado Mineiro - Cerrado Mineiro - Campos Altos

Espigão do Palmital Farm

The cultivation of special grains, with an unparalleled aroma and flavor.

Espigão do Palmital coffee farm detail by detail

How each green coffee bean is grown, processed and harvested at Espigão do Palmital farm

Its coffees are developed in a mountainous terrain, where Birds and insects live in harmony, the farm respects the forest area, a biodiverse place, at an altitude of 1,1500 meters above sea level.
With a total area of 300 hectaresLuciana dedicates 120 hectares to coffee production.

Crop data at the farm

  1. The varietals planted on the farm are Catucaí 62, Catuaí 144, Catuacaí 2SL, Catiguá MG2, Bourbon red, Mundo Novo, Arara, IAC 125 RN.

  2. The average age of coffee trees is 10 years.

  3. Coffee trees grow insandy, limestone and black earth soils.

  4. Year-round rainfall is the irrigation system Luciana uses on her farm.

  5. The type of cultivation used is in the sun with selective felling shade.

120

It has to
production

480

One thousand
Coffee trees

8

Variety

1.150

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Green coffee producer Luciana Alves

The producer Luciana Alves Leandro Melo

“Working with sustainable practices guarantees an increasingly special coffee”.

“I dedicate myself to coffee growing because of my family’s love. Our work makes us want to grow and improve our processes every day. Dedicating ourselves to producing quality coffees is our daily fuel”.
The love and respect that her husband Gil Cesar Melo has transmitted to her for coffee growing, together with Luciana’s time and constant work have made her become a great coffee producer, her family is her team and this is how they work and excel, together, harvest after harvest.

Location of the Espigão do Palmital Coffee Farm

Amazon

Coffee Geography

Brazil

Coffee Origin

Cerrado Mineiro

Coffee Region

Highlands

Coffee District

The Espigão do Palmital coffee farm, a history of coffee trees and coffees

Workers at the Espigão do Palmital farm of coffee origin Brazil

The History of Espigão do Palmital

A farm with vocation and work that since the change of ownership has specialized in high quality coffees.

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