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Brazil | Flavia & Gabriel Oliveira, Bom Jesus Labareda Alameda / Natural

Brazil | Flavia & Gabriel Oliveira, Bom Jesus Labareda Alameda / Natural

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REGION: 
Alta Mogiana, São Paulo
PRODUCER:
Flavia and Gabriel Oliveira, Bom Jesus Farm
ELEVATION:
1250masl
VARIETALS:
Red & Yellow Catuai 
PROCESS: 
Natural
TASTING NOTES:
Great Body, Clean, Rich & Sweet with Roasted Almonds & Butter Cream
FARM:
Fazenda Bom Jesus is inserted at the Alta Mogiana region, located in the north-eastern region of the state of São Paulo, with tradition and experience in production of natural and pulped-naturals coffees. Strategically located between the south of Minas Gerais and the region of the Cerrado Mineiro, the Alta Mogiana region has altitude and favourable climate to agriculture
The produced beans in this region have unique features and are known for quality, striking aroma, velvety creamy body, medium acidity and long aftertaste, with a sweetness of caramel with notes of bitter chocolate
In 2013, the Alta Mogiana was recognized by the INPI (National Industrial Property Institute) as one of the most traditional Brazilian regions in the activity of coffee production and received the organization's record of indication of origin, which certifies the origin and quality of coffees produced in the region
ORGANISATION:
Its workforce consists of 150 rural workers, and currently 20 families living in properties and the rest in the neighbouring towns. At the time of the coffee harvesting, which takes place between May and September, the number of employees then rises to about 350 labourers under a contract
Before 2001, the farms had a separate administration. Each farm had the number of employees needed to manage it, as well as machinery. Because they are all located at a distance of no more than 57 km and there were administrative and machinery difficulties, we decided to unify the farms, thus creating the Labareda Estate Coffee. 
Since 1999, the concern for systematic organization and the awareness of its employees of its importance in the production chain began the change and in 2002 the company implemented the Total Quality Program from Sebrae. 
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:
Labareda Coffee, owner of Bom Jesus farm values the protection of the environment and quality of life of its employees and their families. For this, invests in and prevention of professional qualification shares
Preventive Medicine and Occupational Safety 
Organizational Psychology 
• Nutritional Monitoring 
Broadening Horizons Program (Adult literacy, improvement of literacy workers, encouraging studies, tutoring, arts and computer science to children
Environmental education for children and adults 
• Selective waste collection 
• Group of women living in farms 
Internal Communication 
Training for effective functioning of OHS, Fire Brigade and rescuers 
Conservation of natural resources and ecosystems 
• Neutralization of the emission of greenhouse gases 
Benefits for employees 
• Medical insurance 
Meals in the company 
Program of profit stock sharing 
Annual Travel fellowship 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION:
Labareda Agricultural has several areas dedicated to protect the environment and diversification of agriculture, according to a self-sustaining socioeconomic model. The property is developing its own program to preserve the original vegetation, having area of intact, natural forest and protection of vegetation around water sources, conservation aspects that are of extreme interest to the enterprise
The socio-environmental commitments are as follows: 
Preservation of water springs and environmental preservation; 
Continuous planting in ditches and contour to control erosion; 
Priority mechanical weed control with soil incorporation; 
Attention to post-harvest procedures
Employment only own the café plantation inputs from ongoing analysis of soil and respect to periods of shortage; 
Application of technical inputs by prescription and respect for Brazilian standards
Depending on the technology used, which employs the recycling system for rinsing the beans, the water consumption is minimal. All water used in the wet processing of coffee is treated before returning to the environment. Already solid waste, such as coffee pulp, are used as fertilizer for crops. 
In recent years several trees were planted and many more are going to be planted in the coming years all of them native species appropriate to the region. Reforestation of marginal areas the pursuit of enrichment of flora and fauna enhance the ecological balance of the property and the micro-region

BREW RECIPE ESPRESSO
PRESSURE / Pre-infuse for 4s
TEMPERTURE / 94°
DOSE / 21g
BASKET / VST 22g
YIELD / 50-55ml
TIME / 28-32s
RATIO / 1:2.5
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