Welcome to

Specialty Coffees

from the best regions of Brazil

Meet our 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.

Happy Customers

"It did not take long for Marcelo and his team to become our exclusive supplier of Brazil origin green beans. We never cease to be amazed by the quality and consistency of the coffees we are privileged to gain access to, and it’s a great pleasure to partner with Minas Hill who are service-oriented, caring and ethical.

Thank you to Marcelo and the Minas Hill team."

 

CHRIS NATOLI
Talk Coffee, Melbourne

"Minas Hill provide a close working relationship that brings us into direct communication with the farmers. Coupled with a supportive and enthusiastic customer service we're very happy to be working with Marcelo and his team."


LUKE BATES
Grand Central Coffee Roasters, Perth

"We have been working with Minas Hill Coffee for around 5 years their coffee is consistently brilliant and they also have a happy knack of sourcing some outstanding micro lots which we love to roast for our customers. Marcelo’s passion & dedication for sourcing the best Brazilian coffees and then bring them from farm to cup is evident as the quality is always outstanding and traceable & ethically sourced."


ANTHONY MAISANO
That Coffee Company, Melbourne

"When it comes to coffee suppliers, there are many people that talk a good game, but Marcelo from Minas Hill walks the talk and is a perfect facilitator, story teller and most importantly a gentleman. He is one of a kind; a jewel in our dynamic and ever changing industry.

Minas Hill Coffee have enabled us to share Disciple Roaster's story widely and with full confidence."

 

MARWIN SHAW
Disciple Roasters, Melbourne

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From our Blog

Female farmer spotlight: Andresa

By Minas Hill Admin | March 17, 2020

“Hello my name is Andressa, I live in Campanha, Minas Gerais Estate. I work together with my mother Marcia at the Nossa Senhora Aparecida farm. My mother started working with her parents by the age of 9. Back then, they were having a lot of difficulties because they were a big family, with many children.…

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Flowers in Action Project – A women’s achievement

By Minas Hill Admin | February 19, 2020

Flowers in Action (Flores em Ação) is a project empowering female farmers which recognises their work and commitment in producing specialty coffee. Together with APAS (Alto da Serra Producers’ Association), Minas Hill works on creating better opportunities to their female members, valuing their activities and encouraging them to produce and brand their own coffee. Why…

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Taking the lead – Sao Silvestre Farm

By Minas Hill Admin | January 29, 2020

Fermentation process explained – Mega lots from Ismael Andrade We are already familiar with the high-quality coffee Ismael Andrade and his team produce. In 2018 Ismael was awarded for his tireless efforts and he became the Cup of Excellence Champion – Naturals. Of course, this did not come as a surprise for us here in…

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Flowers in Action – Time to value the women in coffee

By Minas Hill Admin | February 25, 2019

A project created by women, supported by women and focused in women It is time to recognise the contributions of women to the coffee chain and support their continued growth. With that in mind, we’ve partnered with our long-time suppliers from APAS (Alto da Serra Producers’ Association) to support a project that creates better opportunities…

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Introducing Our APAS Premium Reserve Blend

By Minas Hill Admin | August 12, 2018

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” –Andrew Carnegie High above the Brazilian clouds sits a very special micro-region called the Mantiqueira Ranges, where a group of thirty-five producers work…

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Coffee in the Clouds

By Minas Hill Admin | July 6, 2018

In the town of Piatã in the Bahia state of Brazil lies a small farm called Vista Alegri in the Chapada Diamantina Region. Roughly translated, it means “Joyful View” no doubt named for its captivating location atop a beautiful plateau of limestone. As cooler temperatures and higher altitudes contribute to the coffee quality, this farm…

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Cerrado Mineiro – The first Designation of Origin in Brazil

By AWS Admin | November 9, 2017

“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 aroma, citric acidity, moderate to full-body, hints of chocolate taste and a long and pleasant aftertaste, making this region the…

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Quality meets social awareness

By AWS Admin | October 4, 2017

Being part of the community and the areas in which we operate is no longer just a basic call but has been transformed into the essence of our own survival. “We want to ensure that our suppliers feel valued, because the type of coffee we work with takes time, dedication and well-being of them”, says…

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Why are coffees from Piatã, Bahia so special?

By AWS Admin | August 2, 2017

Piatã, a town located between two mountain ranges, and close to Diamantina Plateau National Park, is the highest point in Bahia, at 1,400m above sea level. The high altitudes and temperatures that vary from 2°C to 18°C in the winter make Piatã a very unique and privileged coffee growing region in Brazil. The area is…

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5 Days as a Green Bean Buyer in Brazil

By AWS Admin | June 20, 2017

Going to the origin is one of the most unique experiences for any coffee lover. Besides finding hidden gems and unique flavours, it is rewarding to exchange knowledge and learn from the ones responsible for growing and processing the coffee we drink in Australia. Our relationship with the farmers gets stronger every time we visit them.…

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