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Brazil - Daterra Collection Sweet Yellow

Brazil - Daterra Collection Sweet Yellow

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Sweet & Sugary with Notes of Gold Raisin, Butterscotch, and Apricot, with a Smooth Finish showing hints of Almond

This lot was mixed from different yellow cultivars (Yellow Catuai and Arara), which are known to produce sweeter beans: the yellow color on the cherries reflects more sunlight than red cherries - this reflection makes yellow cherries cooler, slowing down the maturation process: a slower maturation means that the beans have better conditions and more time to develop sugars. We chose the very ripest cherries and pulped them. The result is a very round mouthfeel that brings swiss milk chocolate and toffee paired with citric acidity of yellow fruits.

Process: Pulped Natural 
Harvesting: Selective mechanical
Drying: Patio + Drum drier

Daterra Sustainable Coffee has long set industry standards in Brazil and worldwide for their sustainability efforts, as well as their innovative techniques in processing and cutting-edge genetics research. 

SUSTAINABLE COFFEE COMMITMENT

  • 1st Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farm in Brazil; First farm in the world with “Level A” certification
  • Only B-Corp Certified coffee farm in the world;
  • Sustainable farm model by Illy in 2008;
  • 1st Climate-friendly farm verified to meet the Sustainable Agriculture Network’s Climate Module;
  • Winner of the prize “Prêmio Fazenda Sustentável 2015” by Globo Rural, Brazil’s major agricultural magazine, as the most sustainable farm in the country;
  • 53+% of farm’s land protected for environmental preservation;
  • 150,000 native trees planted 
  • 14,000 tons of organic composting

POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT

In an effort to make a bigger positive impact, Daterra has decided to donate part of the profit made from the Masterpieces by Daterra to Social projects around the world chosen by their importer partners. The full profits from the sales of these coffees will be split in three equal parts, being: 1/3 donated to the institutions below; 1/3 directed to Daterra’s research fund, to guarantee more experimental coffee next year; 1/3 to Daterra, being actual profit from the sales. Seeds For Progress Foundation, Mental Health Foundation, EFICO Foundation, Medecins Sans Frontieres, Amigos de Minas, Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity.

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