Nutela | K24-0004

Producer: Luis Antonio Moraes Riberiro

We are proud to introduce this lot from Chacara Jayme Leme this year, sourced in conjunction with FMR Café. The farm is located in Espirito Santo do Pinhal, southeast of the state of São Paulo.

The estate, named after its previous owner, was originally acquired by the agricultural businessman Jayme Leme in 1920 through cattle farming. Leme, a pioneer in importing cattle from the Netherlands for milk production in Brazil, played a significant role in the agricultural history of the region.

Brazil
Tasting NotesChocolate, Almonds, Coconut, Green apple acidity, Stone fruit
Crop Year2023/24
RegionEspirito Santo do Pinhal
FarmChacara Jayme Leme
ProcessNatural
VarietyMundo Novo
Bags60kg GrainPro
Altitude870 - 1,000 masl
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Tasting NotesChocolate, Almonds, Coconut, Green apple acidity, Stone fruit
Crop Year2023/24
RegionEspirito Santo do Pinhal
FarmChacara Jayme Leme
ProcessNatural
VarietyMundo Novo
Bags60kg GrainPro
Altitude870 - 1,000 masl
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In 1960, Decio Ribeiro took ownership of the estate and commenced the cultivation of the estate and commenced the cultivation of coffee in its elevated terrain. In the lower fields, Decio continued in the dairy cattle farming operations.

Chácara Jayme Leme spans 120 hectares, ranging in altitude from 800 meters to 1,000 meters above sea level. Approximately 20% of the total area is covered by a forest, housing centuries-old trees and providing a habitat for diverse wildlife, including jaguars and monkeys.

This year was a delicious one for this naturally-processed lot. It stood out on the cupping table for its medium body and creamy mouthfeel. Expect notes of dark chocolate, red stone fruits, roasted almonds, and sweet green apple acidity. It makes for a solid espresso in a morning flat white.

Nutela | K24-0004
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