Welcome to Specialty

Coffees and Cocoa

from the best regions of Brazil

Meet our Coffee Farmers

We pride ourselves on building strong and long-lasting relationships with our producers.

Santo Antonio, Pinhal & Vertentes farms

Located in Southern Minas Gerais, in a micro-region known as "Campos das Vertentes", this farm is run by 5th generation farmers.

Bom Jesus & Sao Lucas Farms

Flavia and Gabriel ancestors’ have been growing mainly Bourbon and Mundo Novo varieties for nearly 150 years. 

Bela Epoca Farm

Bela Epoca farm grows coffee for over 80 years, crossing 3 generations of producers in the family.

Santo Antonio,
Pinhal &
Vertentes farms

Located in Southern Minas Gerais, in a micro-region known as "Campos das Vertentes", this farm is run by 5th generation farmers.

Bom Jesus & Sao Lucas Farms

Flavia and Gabriel ancestors’ have been growing mainly Bourbon and Mundo Novo varieties for nearly 150 years. 

Bela Epoca Farm

Bela Epoca farm grows coffee for over 80 years, crossing 3 generations of producers in the family.

Ethical and sustainable

Our producers are always finding ways to adapt the best sustainability practices into their productive processes. 

Ordering Options

Alternative ordering options are available based on your supply requirements.

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Draw as you go

Utilise our on-demand facility to draw individual quantity as required.

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Pallet-base

Shrink wrapped pallets containing 30Kg bags available for pickup or delivery.

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Container Load

For quantities larger than 4 pallets, we can ship direct to your door.

Contact Us

Minas Hill Coffee Pty Ltd   ABN 48 615 983 581

51/2 Cobham St,
Reservoir,  VIC 3073
Australia

By appointment only.

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From our Blog

Great new January coffees from the hills of Brazil

By Ryan | January 17, 2024

Some great new coffees have just arrived, including some from the other Santa Monica – the one in the hills of Brazil. The Faleiros family often say that they are blessed, coming from Ibiraci which is one of the best places in Brazil to produce specialty coffees. Their Santa Monica farm is at one of…

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Bulk Bag Solutions for better coffee roasting

By Ryan | January 9, 2024

Looking at a full container load purchase of Brazil and want to get better efficiencies out of your roasting production?  Switching from traditional 30kg and 60kg bags to Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBC), commonly known as bulk bags or big bags, can significantly enhance a coffee roaster’s operations. These large, durable bags typically hold anywhere…

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We come with the territory

By Ryan | November 28, 2023

We’re a country for the well-caffeinated. With nine in 10 (or 88%) of Australians enjoying coffee in some form and consuming 1.91kg of coffee per person each year, coffee isn’t just for those in the inner north of Melbourne or Sydney’s harbourside. Good coffee could (and should) be found around any corner of our great…

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A digital market square for coffee trading

By Ryan | November 28, 2023

We all agree that Australia has one of the best coffee cultures in the world. With over 850 roasters across Australia (from BeanScene’s last count), we want to make sure every one of them gets the chance to try our specialty Brazilian beans. But, that’s a lot of phone calls, emails and introductions that our…

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Emergency Relief for Rio Grande do Sul Flood Victims

By Rob Stewart | June 4, 2024

The recent floods in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, have caused immense devastation, affecting over 646,000 people and tragically claiming 162 lives. Thousands of families are now homeless, struggling to secure basic necessities such as food, water, and shelter. This disaster is the worst flooding the region has seen in over 80 years. Details of…

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Brewing Adventure and Passion: Meet Our Newest Addition to Minas Hill.

By Rob Stewart | May 9, 2024

Let’s give a warm welcome to our newest team member, Isaac, joining us here at Minas Hill! With a wealth of experience and a deep passion for coffee, Isaac brings a unique energy to our team. Isaac’s taste in coffee is as diverse as his interests! From a strong flat white to kickstart the morning…

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Bom Jesus Coffee Farm: A Testament to Sustainable Excellence and Enduring Partnerships

By Rob Stewart | April 11, 2024

At Minas Hill, we take pride in fostering long-term partnerships with coffee farmers who share our commitment to quality, sustainability, and community. Among our cherished collaborations stands Bom Jesus Coffee Farm, a beacon of excellence nestled in the Alta Mogiana Region. Founded by Flavia and Gabriel’s ancestors nearly 150 years ago, Bom Jesus embodies a…

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How long will prices remain high?

By Rob Stewart | April 11, 2024

Recently, the Coffee C price, which represents Arabica coffee futures traded on the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), has experienced a steady climb to a 6 month high with fluctuations influenced by various factors. This year’s El Nino weather event is creating a bullish platform for coffee prices. An El Nino pattern typically brings heavy rains to…

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Exploring Brazil Peaberry

By Rob Stewart | October 29, 2023

Peaberries are fascinating. At Minas Hill, we have long been purveyors of specialty peaberries. We have often cupped them against some very high-scoring regular coffees, and in most cases, they have displayed phenomenal cup characteristics. WHAT IS A PEABERRY? Let us start with the coffee cherry. Inside, you would expect to find two seeds, one…

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Women of the Mantiqueira Region producing award winning 90+ coffee.

By Minas Hill Admin | February 1, 2024

Exciting news! As we eagerly anticipate the arrival of the latest Microlots from the 11th Coopervass Specialty Coffee Competition this February, we invite you to join us on a journey of exceptional flavors and empowering stories, where women producers are changing lives and crafting extraordinary coffees. Our new Microlots shine a spotlight on the transformative…

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