Varieties: catuaí & topázio
Process: pulped natural process
Producer: Borré family
Relationship length: since 2015
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This coffee comes from the stunning Chapada Diamantina region in Brazil’s Bahia state. It was produced by the Borré family, who have been farming here since the 1980s. Their property, Fazenda Progresso, is now in its third generation of management under the young and motivated Fabiano Borré.
What we learnt when we first visited the family is that they don’t do anything by halves! When they decided to produce specialty coffee, they sought advice from top-level experts, and they invested in state-of-the-art infrastructure – including an on-site quality control lab, where their team tastes and evaluates every lot of coffee they produce.
“Each plot at Fazenda Progresso has different soil and different sun exposure, which makes the character of each lot of coffee distinct, even when the variety is the same,” says Toshi, our Brazil coffee buyer. “Sincorá is a small and special lot. It’s an easy-drinking coffee and it’s very sweet, clean and bright.”
Fazenda Progresso is in its
third generation of management, under the young and talented
“Each plot at Fazenda Progresso
has different soil and different sun exposure, which makes the character of each lot of coffee distinct.”
– Toshi Ishiwata, Market Lane’s Brazil coffee buyer.
Sincorá is named after the stunning chain of mountains surrounding the property, which are part of the Chapada Diamantina National Park.