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. 

Sao Silvestre

The Andrade family history began in 1901, and to this day produce excellent quality, award-winning beans, appreciated worldwide. 

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. 

Sao Silvestre

The Andrade family history began in 1901, and to this day produce excellent quality, award-winning beans, appreciated worldwide. 

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

Supporting small farmers:

By Minas Hill Admin | February 12, 2021

At Minas Hill we support small farmers. Although Brazil is the biggest coffee producing country in the world and has a diverse range of growing zones, many are located in mountainous areas where it can be difficult to adopt cost-saving technologies. Most small coffee farms in Brazil are family run, without a high level of…

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Farmer of the Month: Renato Rodrigues

By Minas Hill Admin | February 8, 2021

FARMER:  Renato Rodrigues FARM: Vista Alegre  REGION: Piatã, Chapada Diamantina STATE: Bahia BACKGROUND: Renato Rodrigues is highly regarded amongst Brazil’s coffee growers. Renato achieved 5th place in Brazil’s 2020 Cup of Excellence competition, which has the purpose of promoting traceability, direct trade and rewarding quality coffee in Brazil. This was not Renato’s first award however,…

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Introducing: Pedro Gabarra

By Minas Hill Admin | January 8, 2021

Farms: Santo Antonio, Vertentes & Pinhal Province: Campo das Vertentes, Minas Gerais Certifications: UTZ; Rainforest; 4C; BSCA; AAA Nespresso FARMS: Santo Antonio farm was inherited by the Gabarra family in 1994, and Pinhal was acquired in 1997. Together they total an area of 1286Ha, at an altitude of 905 to 1180 meters. FARMER BACKGROUND: Pedro…

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New coffee: Sao Bento

By Minas Hill Admin | December 8, 2020

A game-changer: amazing quality and very competitive pricing. Be surprised by our Sao Bento, another great coffee by Ismael Andrade. Sao Bento is a UTZ and BSCA certified farm located in the High Cerrado region, Minas Gerais state, south-eastern Brazil. Sao Bento farm produces high quality, sustainable beans using eco-friendly processes, in an area which…

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2020 International Coffee Week in Brazil

By Minas Hill Admin | December 8, 2020

‘Sustainability’ Topic: Points of attention in the commercialisation and production of coffee in complete environments. The greatest coffee event of Brazil – International Coffee Week – was 100% online this year due to Covid-19. All coffee lovers from around the world had the chance to join online and watch many industry seminars, talks and classes.…

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GIMA 2020

By Minas Hill Admin | November 16, 2020

Created by Flávia Lancha, GIMA takes place annually at Fazenda Bom Jesus. The event has already received more than 10,000 people including children, the elderly and people with disabilities from the various cities of Alta Mogiana. GIMA is committed to encouraging socio-environmental responsibility and to promote cultural, artistic and educational support to public schools through…

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Origin Brazil – discover the main producing regions.

By Minas Hill Admin | July 6, 2020

With 16 different producing regions, the combination of flavours makes Brazil unique, complete and deliciously attractive to be explored. Cerrado “Coffee with Altitude” is possibly the best way to describe coffee produced at the Cerrado, northwest of Minas Gerais state. A powerful range of tastes and aromas comprise this region, ranging from nuts and caramel…

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GIMA 2020: digital inclusion to vulnerable kids in Brazil

By Minas Hill Admin | June 2, 2020

If you’ve been following Minas Hill you probably heard about GIMA (Intermunicipal Games for the Environment). We have supported this social project for many years now, thanks to the strong partnership we have with Labareda / Bom Jesus farms and the Oliveira family. The first edition of the event was back in 2008. Flavia Lancha…

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Coffee Description Cards

By Minas Hill Admin | April 7, 2020

APAS – Alto da Serra Producers’ Association Micro-lots Flowers in Action Micro-lots Seasonal Blends Sao Silvestre Farm Farmer: Ismael Andrade Ongoing Coffees Micro-lots Bom Jesus, Sao Lucas, Labareda Farms Farmer: Gabriel and Flavia Oliveira Ongoing Coffees Micro-lots Santo Antonio, Pinhal, Vertentes Farms Farmer: Joao Newton and Pedro Gabarra Ongoing Coffees Micro-lots Bela Epoca Farm Farmer:…

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Specialty Coffee in Brazil

By Minas Hill Admin | April 7, 2020

Let’s start talking about the beginning of Specialty Coffees in Brazil. The year was 1991 and a group of visionary farmers understood that the quality they and other farmers were naturally producing was far above the average of other farmers in general. This led to the creation of BSCA – Brazil Specialty Coffee Association. A…

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