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Each microlot of specialty coffee has a unique history, a unique origin and a unique flavor.

Image: Sítio São Lázaro, Cristina - MG, Brazil

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Agrorigem works with almost two hundred producers of specialty coffee in Brazil, from micro to large producers.

Meet some of them.


Origin: Mantiqueira
Location: Pedralva- MG
Producer: José Adilson
Coffee Area:
Processing Methods: Natural e Fermentado
Coffee Varieties: Catucaí Amarelo, Bourbon Amarelo e Arara.

Sítio Vitória is located in Pedralva-MG, a small town of 12 thousand inhabitants in the south of Minas Gerais, which is part of the Serra da Mantiqueira.
The property was acquired 16 years ago, and the crop was planted 15 years ago. The site has an altitude between 1,300 to 1,400 meters.
Today, part of the plantation is run by José and his wife, who take professional training courses on coffee at SENAR. Fertilization is done with common fertilizer and the control of the bush between the coffee trees is done with a brush cutter.
Since 2017, producers have sought to qualify coffee.


Origin: Mantiqueira
Location: Carmo de Minas- MG
Producer: Carlos Henrique
Coffee Area:
Processing Methods: Natural, Peeled Cherry (CD) and Honey.
Certifications: UTZ, Certifica Minas
Coffee Varieties: Catuaí, Mundo Novo, Acaiá and Icatu.

Fazenda Santa Rita de Cássia is located on the Minas Gerais side of Serra da Mantiqueira, in the south of the state of Minas Gerais, in the city of Carmo de Minas – MG – Brazil.
It was acquired by our family in 1,982 with the mountain coffee culture, today we have 78 hectares with approximately 234,000 coffee trees.
At a privileged altitude that varies from 900 to 1,400m, our harvest is entirely manual, on cloths, preventing the grains from coming into contact with the earth.

Our cultivation takes place in a sustainable way; we respect the environment, the resources used to grow coffee and the Brazilian labor laws, offering opportunities and quality of life to our employees.

• Reserved area of native forest;
• Reuse of waste;
• Adequate storage maintaining the individuality and quality of the lots / microlots;
• Traceability of lots / microlots;
• Valorization of local labor – constant training;
• Social sustainability – generation of jobs and wealth in the region.

Our coffees have unique characteristics obtained with the happy combination of climate, soil and altitude in the Mantiqueira de Minas region.


Origin: Mantiqueira de Minas
City: São Gonçalo do Sapucaí - MG
Producer: Jarbas Cleto
Coffee area: 18 ha
Altitude: 1200m to 1350m
Processing methods: Natural and Peeled Cherry
Certifications: Certifies Minas and IBD (Organic Coffee)
Coffee Varieties: Catuaí Amarelo, Acaiá, Icatu, Rubi, Catucaí and Bourbon Amarelo

With one of the most beautiful views in the region of São Gonçalo do Sapucaí, at the top of Serra Guarda-Mor (also known as Serra Morena), with an average altitude of 1,250 meters, Fazenda São José da Serra is composed of fertile soils , climate mild, natural water springs and total favorable conditions for the production of quality coffee.
In addition to its legal forest reserve, the property is surrounded by two untouched green belts from the Atlantic Forest with relevant flora and fauna preserved through the prohibition of hunting, plant extraction and fire prevention, it also increases the planting of fruit trees and maintains a partnership with beekeepers with the distribution of hives around the coffee plantations, favoring the pollination of coffee flowers and other native species.
Attentive to this natural balance, in the management of crops, the necessary care is used for nutrition via soil, leaf and use of pesticides under the guidance and assistance of a responsible technician.
The farm has a breeding stock of around 150,000 arabica coffee plants, of the new world, yellow and red catuaí species, with the production of fine coffees determined through indispensable and necessary criteria for harvesting, separation, drying and storage, which result in great quality of the beans and the drink of their coffees.


Origin: Alta Mogiana Mineira
Location: Cássia- MG
Producer: Fábio Puntel
Coffee Area:
Altitude: 1000m to 1200m
Processing Methods: Natural and Peled Cherry.
Certifications: UTZ
Coffee Varieties: Mundo Novo, Catuaí Amarelo / Vermelho

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Our coffee profiles

We have 6 categories of coffees.
Score: FineCUp
Process: Natural
Screen: 16Up, Type: NY2/3
Sensorial: Honey, caramel, sweet, clean, balanced, swet and soft aftertaste.
Score: 83-84
Process: Natural
Screen: 16Up, Type: NY2/3
Sensorial: Chocolate, milk sweet, good body, sweet, long and tasty aftertaste.
Score: 85/86
Process: Natural
Screen: 16Up, Type: NY2/3
Sensorial: Fruity, great body, good acidity, creamy coffee, lasting and tasty aftertaste.
Score: 82up
Process: Natural
Screen: 16Up, TYPE: NY2/3
Sensorial: Honey, caramel, sweet and long aftertaste .
Score: 82-83-84
Process: Pulped Natural
Screen: 16Up, Type: NY2/3
Sensorial: Sweet, balanced, clean coffee, body present, honey, caramel, orange, lemon, discrete citrus fruits perceived in the slight acidity, clean and sweet aftertaste.
Score: 87up
Process: Natural/Pulped Natural/Fermented
Screen: 16Up, Type: NY2/3
Sensorial: Exotic coffees (pepper, tomato, grape, wine), excellent body, creamy, balanced acidity, long aftertaste, tasty and different.


We work with producers who have


We value the women's stories and the daily battle in transformation to a more equal society. As a single homage we select 6 women who leave their names in history as a synonym of fight and courage.

Luzia Rennó Moreira was born in Santa Rita do Sapucaí-MG, in 1907, the daughter of Colonel Francisco Moreira da Costa and Dona Mindoca Rennó Moreira. Dona Sinhá, as she was called by the overseers and ex-slaves, grew up on the family's coffee farms in the small town in the interior of Minas Gerais. She had a thorough educational and cultural background, with frequent and long trips to Rio de Janeiro, then the capital of the country. In 1929, she married the diplomat Antônio Moreira de Abreu, having the opportunity to get to know the world, a rare fact for the time. She traveled and lived in countries like Mexico, the United States, Japan, Portugal, Belgium and China. From her travels, she brought the principle of electronics, from Japan.

In 1942, she returned definitively to Santa Rita do Sapucaí, where she developed her vocation as a political articulator. She was the niece of President Delfim Moreira and liked to participate in political meetings. Philanthropy and incentives for culture and development were her goals. She was a builder of streets, houses and schools in her small town in the interior of Minas. She dreamed of the professional growth of young people through education and her generosity made it possible for young people from her homeland to go to study in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. She reserved a large part of her heart for the sick and the poor.


Fernanda Montenegro, stage name of Arlette Pinheiro da Silva Torres is a Brazilian actress. Considered one of the best actresses, she is often referred to as the great lady of cinema and dramaturgy in Brazil.

Among the numerous national and international awards she received in her more than seventy years of career, in 1999, she was awarded the country's highest civilian commendation, the Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit, "for the recognition of her outstanding work in the performing arts. Brazilian ".


Ana Maria de Jesus Ribeiro, better known as Anita Garibaldi was a revolutionary, known for her direct involvement in the Farroupilha Revolution and in the unification process of Italy, together with the revolutionary and husband Giuseppe Garibaldi. For this reason, she is known as the "Heroine" of the Two Worlds ".

Considered, in Brazil and Italy, an example of dedication and courage, Anita was honored by the Brazilians with the designation of two municipalities, both in the state of Santa Catarina: Anita Garibaldi and Anitápolis. Many Brazilian cities have neighborhoods, streets and avenues named after her, such as Anita Garibaldi in Joinville and Anita Garibaldi in Salvador. In April 2012, Law 12.615 was enacted, which determined that her name should be inscribed in the Book of Heroes of the Fatherland, deposited in the Pantheon of Liberty and Democracy, in Brasília.


Dandara was a black warrior from the colonial period of Brazil. Described as a heroine, Dandara mastered capoeira techniques and fought alongside men and women in the many battles resulting from attacks on Palmares, established in the 17th century in Serra da Barriga, located in the then Captaincy of Pernambuco in the region of the current state of Alagoas, whose access was hampered by geography and also by dense vegetation.

It is not known whether Dandara was born in Brazil or on the African continent, but she would have joined the group of blacks who challenged the colonial slave system for almost a century as a girl. She also participated in the development of the quilombo's resistance strategies.

In addition to fighting, she participated in daily activities in Palmares, such as hunting and agriculture. In the quilombo, polyculture of foods such as corn, manioc, beans, sweet potatoes, sugar cane and bananas was practiced.

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