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Sítio Canaã | Brazil | Filter

We Nitrogen Flush all of our coffee when bagging for an inert shelf stable environment by locking freshness inside for up to 6 weeks prior to opening


Region: Chapada Diamantina

Varietal: Arara, Acauã, Topázio, Paraiso

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1,280 - 1,340 masl


This microlot was grown at Sítio Canaã (which translates to “The Promised Land” in Portuguese). The farm lies just outside the small town of Piatã, in Bahia’s Chapada Diamantina region, which ranges across 1,280 to 1,340 meters above sea level. Chapada Diamantina translates to ”Diamond Plateau” in Portuguese, and for 100 years this area was mined for the gemstones embedded in its cliffs. Today, the region is famous for its specialty coffee.


Sítio Canaã is owned and managed by Kleumon Silva Moreira. Kleumon is young – he’s still in his 30s – but has been working in coffee for well over a decade, alongside his mentor, Antônio Rigno (of São Judas Tadeau).  Antônio is widely regarded as the best producer in the region and is famous for his commitment to quality, having achieved many accolades for his coffees in the Cup of Excellence competition and other quality awards over the years. He has provided advice and guidance for many producers in the region, and Kleumon began his career by working by his side for many years learning everything from how to plant and care for the trees through to processing.

Sítio Canaã | Brazil | Filter

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