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

17/9 Dawson St,
Coburg North VIC 3058
Melbourne Australia

By appointment only.

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From our Blog

Soaring International Freight Costs & Coffee Supply

By Minas Hill Admin | May 17, 2022

We have recently received an industry update from the industry body, Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA), in regards to the rapidly increasing international freight costs.   Paul Zalai, Director of the FTA and Secretariat of the Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) says that according to the Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA), owners and shareholders of container stevedore…

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An Update on Coffee Logistics

By Minas Hill Admin | January 21, 2022

Since the middle of last year we have been preparing for a major disruption in the coffee supply chain. It all started with the large number of Covid cases in Brazil, leaving the ports lacking employees, operating with reduced capacity and causing delays in shipments. The situation worsened when the lack of empty containers interrupted…

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Global Logistical Problems and The perfect Blender for 2022

By Minas Hill Admin | October 8, 2021

We are all well aware of the issues Brazil has faced in the past 18 months. A debilitating drought, a global pandemic, a frost storm, souring prices and now a world wide shortage on shipping containers. We’ve had the perfect storm which has forced us to face some of the biggest challenges for our supply…

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GIMA 2021: Supporting vulnerable children through Digital Inclusion

By Minas Hill Admin | July 7, 2021

GIMA (The Intercity Games for the Environment) is a social and environmental project envisioned by farmer Flavia Lancha de Oliveira. WHAT IS GIMA? Since 2008, GIMA has taken place at Bom Jesus farm. The project was created to promote social responsibility and environmental awareness for young generations. Once a year, around 1,000 5th grade children…

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Women in Coffee: Simone Borges’ and her journey to success

By Minas Hill Admin | June 28, 2021

At Minas Hill we are proud to support Women in Coffee. Maria Simone met Luiz Carlos Borges when she worked as coffee picker. They got married years later and she is proud to say she was the one who planted the very first coffee tree in their small farm. They now have 2 kids and…

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Our featured farmer this month: Ismael Andrade

By Minas Hill Admin | June 7, 2021

Learn more on Ismael Andrade microlot. He is a passionate (and somewhat famous) coffee producer who is considered by some as the founding father of specialty coffee. He is always looking for different approaches and procedures as he maintains a strong focus on Quality vs Higher Productivity. Farm: Sao Silvestre Certification: UTZ & BSCA Region: …

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Minas Hill Specialises in Microlot Coffees

By Minas Hill Admin | June 4, 2021

…ethically sourced Specialty Microlot Coffees Coffee has gained cultural and social momentum in Australia in a very short time. The term Bean to Cup was first used in 1974 in an issue of the ‘Tea and Coffee Trade Journal’ in response to a demand for exceptional-quality coffee produced in special micro-climates. These days, all good…

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Carbon Positive Coffee Farms

By Minas Hill Admin | May 5, 2021

Carbon positive coffee

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Introducing: Joao Newton Teixeira, carbon neutral coffee farmer

By Minas Hill Admin | May 3, 2021

A carbon neutral coffee farmer. Joao Newton Teixeira is Pedro Gabarra’s father and the product of four generations of coffee growers in the region, inheriting the passion and skills of the pioneers who initiated the coffee plantations in the southern Minas Gerais region, Brazil. Farms:  Santo Antônio, Mirante, Vertentes and Pinhal Farms Region:  Campo Das…

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Introducing this month’s featured farmers: Luis, Andre and Silvia da Cunha

By Minas Hill Admin | April 1, 2021

Bela Epoca Coffee Farm

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