• Brazil
  • May - September

Brazil Fazenda Bela Vista Static Dried 2023

$4.15/lb$269.75/65lb box
  • Flavor: Roasted Almond, Dried Fruit, Golden Raisin
  • Body: Medium
  • Acidity: Medium
  • Process: Natural and Static Dried
  • Moisture: 11.00%
  • Packaging: 65lb box
Cup Score: 85
Cupping Date: Mar '23

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Fazenda Bela Vista Estate Green Coffee Beans

Bela Vista Estate has been in Antônio Lima Reis’ family since 1923. As the third generation to manage the land, Antônio stays true to his family values of high-quality production and strong relationships between people and planet. Over 430 hectares are devoted to coffee, with a range of varieties grown including Yellow Catuai, Topázio, Mundo Novo, and Yellow Bourbon, as well as multiple processing methods.


Coffee estates like Bela Vista take full advantage of Sul de Minas. The region’s mild climate allows Bela Vista to explore natural, washed, pulped natural and more esoteric fermentation processing methods. Complex aromas with high sweetness and notes of dried fruit and nuts are some of the highlights present in cup quality.


With a reputation as a top-quality producer, Bela Vista brings together passion and tradition to deliver a coffee culture built on sustainable pillars. Antônio is a Volcafe Way farmer and employs advanced agricultural practices to improve quality and efficiency on his estate.


In the static dried process, the coffee dries slowly in specially adapted boxes that alternate heat and cold air in 12-hour cycles. Coffee cherries continue dehydrating slowly while in contact with other cherries allowing fruity and winey notes to bloom forth.


Sul de Minas Coffee

Located in the south of Minas Gerais, the Sul de Minas region of Brazil is where thousands of smallholders grow coffee among steep slopes and sweeping valleys. With its rich soil and mild climate, the mountainous topography provides an ideal terroir for high-quality coffee.


Brazil Green Coffee Origin Report

There’s a 1-in-3 chance the coffee in your cup is from Brazil. It’s a huge country with staggering coffee exports — over 33% percent of the world’s coffee supply comes out of Brazil — and that doesn’t include the coffee Brazilians keep for themselves. Brazil has been at the top of the coffee export chain since the early 1800s when coffee farming overtook sugarcane as a cash crop. Read the Brazil Green Coffee Origin Report


Region Nepomuceno, Sul de Minas, Minas Gerais

Altitude 1350


Fazenda Bela Vista Coffee Estate, Antonio Lima Reis


Yellow Catuai, Topázio, Mundo, Novo & Yellow Bourbon


Natural and Static Dried


May - September