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Alternative ordering options are available based on your supply requirements.
Draw as you go
Utilise our on-demand facility to draw individual quantity as required.
Shrink wrapped pallets containing 30Kg bags available for pickup or delivery.
For quantities larger than 4 pallets, we can ship direct to your door.
From our Blog
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…Read More
‘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.…Read More
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…Read More
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:…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More