Coffee

Coffee

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Part of the history of coffee

Part of the history of coffee… Coffee is the fruit of the plant of the coffee feet, the coffee plant. When the fruit is ripe, it is harvested, processed, roasted and becomes a rich product — the coffee drink. Drink consumed worldwide. In Brazil coffee is the second most consumed drink, after water. When it comes to coffee, Brazil was once the world’s largest producer and Londrina, a city located in the northern region of Paraná, was once the coffee capital of the world. All this is part of the history and culture of coffee, and is in the genetics of numerous families in the Brazilian coffee producing regions. As well as the pioneering northern and northern region of Paraná. Museum of the café… You can learn more about the history of coffee in Londrina, in the Historical Museum of Londrina, which houses an important collection on the subject.

The Planting of the Coffee

The Planting of the Coffee

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The cultivation of coffee in practice...

After the classification and sowing of the seeds. These will give rise to thecoffee seedlings, which will be, in a suitable time and place, planted, forming the coffee plantations. How is the planting of coffee seedlings… It can be said that there are techniques and methods to do things, and with the planting of coffee is no different. Here an instant recorded in this phase of planting coffee seedlings. After a few years, on average, from the third year, coffee plants begin to produce. It is important to remember that this productive process varies according to the region. Factors such as climate, temperature, rainfall, altitude, among others, influence the development of the coffee plantation and consequently the final product.
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The Coffee flourish

The Coffee flourish

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Coffee flourish is indescribable…

The flowering of coffee plants is something indescribable, beautiful to see. The coffee plant prepares with the best of its energies. Blooming in bloom for a few days, two on average. Striking features in the flowering of the coffee feet: the whiteness of the flowers, the scent of jasmine and the hum of the bees. Simply fantastic.
Florada do café

The Harvest of Coffee

The Harvest of Coffee

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Manual harvest of coffee...

Manual harvesting of the coffee. As the name suggests, it is done manually. Without the aid of mechanized equipment for this purpose. A cloth and sieve is usually used. The cloth is placed at the foot of the coffee plant and the picker, man or woman, removes the coffee fruit beans from the plant stems. Making them fall on the cloth. In another moment comes into action the skill of the picker with the sieve. Now a moment — It’s a unique experience, unforgettable for those who have had, have and could see this show up close. It is the dexterity of the catcher shaking the coffee, separating the leaves from the coffee beans. A show aside.
Colheita do café

The Harvest of Coffee

The Harvest of Coffee

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The mechanized coffee harvest...

This process is usually used in large plantations. This does not mean that the manual process is left aside, in steep places, where machines cannot perform their function, as well as in young plants, there are harvested manually. After, the harvest the coffee continues in its finishing process. The withered, dry, green, ripe grains are separated to be taken for drying, usually made in yards for this purpose. After drying the coffee beans are packaged in the store called tulle, until the time of marketing. Note: it is stored with the shell.
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Post Harvest of the Coffee

Post Harvest of the Coffee

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Processes of finishing the coffee...

After the harvest the coffee continues in its finishing process. Classification for the separation of the withered, dry, green, ripe grains to be taken for drying, usually made in yards for this purpose. After drying the coffee beans are peeled and packaged for storage until the time of marketing. Right now they are green, as they say. That is, they have not gone through the process of roasting.

Drying ground for coffee

Secagem do café
Cultivars of coffee Curiosities of coffee. Not all cultivars of coffee plants have their fruits in red color when ripe. There are cultivars that have different colors, yellow coffee, for example.

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The Special Coffee

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Features of the special coffee...

Like the products we produce,the special coffee goes through several stages in its process until it gains the title of special coffee — differentiated crop, preferably only with the ripe beans, care in drying, meticulous classifications and separations, until your sensory evaluation. In this process the coffee can get high grades on the SCA scale. This scale is based on standards developed for the classification and tasting of coffees, worldwide. The SCA scale, which goes from 0 to 100 points, the coffee to be considered special coffee is necessary to achieve notes above 80 points. Thus, the higher your grade, the better the coffee rank. At this time are detected attributes such as acidity, body, balance and sweetness.

Our Special Coffee

The special coffee product

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What we offer?

The special coffee roasted in beans We commercialize the special roasted coffee in grains. The packaging is made in packages of paper kraft with internal aluminum coating. What gives better saving conditions to store their properties,  the package contains a valve so that the coffee can breathe while packaged. After opening, it is advised to close it well. The product can be placed in another airtight packaging, preferably without having been previously used with products with accentuated odors, sheltered from light, humidity and high temperatures. All this care will keep the flavor of the coffee beans. Our packages contain 250 g of special roasted coffee beans 100% Arabica — medium roast. Validity 6 months from the roasting date. We can analyze the possibility of working with private label or own brand. I want more information about this product — Just click on the illustration below.

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Coffee

part of the history of coffee

Part of the history of coffee… Coffee is the fruit of the plant of the coffee feet, the coffee plant. When the fruit is ripe, it is harvested, processed, roasted and becomes a rich product — the coffee drink. Drink consumed worldwide. In Brazil coffee is the second most consumed drink, after water. When it comes to coffee, Brazil was once the world’s largest producer and Londrina, a city located in the northern region of Paraná, was once the coffee capital of the world. All this is part of the history and culture of coffee, and is in the genetics of numerous families in the Brazilian coffee producing regions. As well as the pioneering northern and northern region of Paraná. Museum of the café… You can learn more about the history of coffee in Londrina, in the Historical Museum of Londrina, which houses an important collection on the subject.

The planting of the coffee

care with coffee seedlings

After the classification and sowing of the seeds. These will give rise to the coffee seedlings, which will be, in a suitable time and place, planted, forming the coffee plantations.
Play Video

The planting of coffee seedlings

how is the planting of coffee seedlings

It can be said that there are techniques and methods to do things, and with the planting of coffee is no different. Here an instant recorded in this phase of planting coffee seedlings. After a few years, on average, from the third year, coffee plants begin to produce. It is important to remember that this productive process varies according to the region. Factors such as climate, temperature, rainfall, altitude, among others, influence the development of the coffee plantation and consequently the final product.
The Coffee Flourish

The Coffee Flourish

coffee flourish is indescribable

The flowering of coffee plants is something indescribable, beautiful to see. The coffee plant prepares with the best of its energies. Blooming in bloom for a few days, two on average. Striking features in the flowering of the coffee feet: the whiteness of the flowers, the scent of jasmine and the hum of the bees. Simply fantastic.

Harvest of coffee

manual harvest of coffee

Manual harvesting of the coffee. As the name suggests, it is done manually. Without the aid of mechanized equipment for this purpose. A cloth and sieve is usually used. The cloth is placed at the foot of the coffee plant and the picker, man or woman, removes the coffee fruit beans from the plant stems. Making them fall on the cloth. In another moment comes into action the skill of the picker with the sieve. Now a moment — It’s a unique experience, unforgettable for those who have had, have and could see this show up close. It is the dexterity of the catcher shaking the coffee, separating the leaves from the coffee beans. A show aside.
Play Video

Harvest of coffee

mechanized harvesting of coffee

This process is usually used in large plantations. This does not mean that the manual process is left aside, in steep places, where machines cannot perform their function, as well as in young plants, there are harvested manually. After, the harvest the coffee continues in its finishing process. The withered, dry, green, ripe grains are separated to be taken for drying, usually made in yards for this purpose. After drying the coffee beans are packaged in the store called tulle, until the time of marketing. Note: it is stored with the shell.
Terreiro de secagem do café

Post Harvest of the Coffee

processes of finishing the coffee

After the harvest the coffee continues in its finishing process. Classification for the separation of the withered, dry, green, ripe grains to be taken for drying, usually made in yards for this purpose. After drying the coffee beans are peeled and packaged for storage until the time of marketing. Right now they are green, as they say. That is, they have not gone through the process of roasting.

Cultivars of coffee

coffee curiosities

Cultivars of coffee Curiosities of coffee. Not all cultivars of coffee plants have their fruits in red color when ripe. There are cultivars that have different colors, yellow coffee, for example.
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Special coffee

specialty coffee features

Like the products we produce,the special coffee goes through several stages in its process until it gains the title of special coffee — differentiated crop, preferably only with the ripe beans, care in drying, meticulous classifications and separations, until your sensory evaluation. In this process the coffee can get high grades on the SCA scale. This scale is based on standards developed for the classification and tasting of coffees, worldwide. The SCA scale, which goes from 0 to 100 points, the coffee to be considered special coffee is necessary to achieve notes above 80 points. Thus, the higher your grade, the better the coffee rank. At this time are detected attributes such as acidity, body, balance and sweetness.

Our special coffee

our specialty coffee features

The special coffee roasted in beans
We commercialize the special roasted coffee in grains, but it can also be ground. The packaging is made in packages of paper kraft with internal aluminum coating. What gives better saving conditions to store their properties, the package contains a valve so that the coffee can breathe while packaged. After opening, it is advised to close it well.
The product can be placed in another airtight packaging, preferably without having been previously used with products with accentuated odors, sheltered from light, humidity and high temperatures. All this care will keep the flavor of the coffee beans. Our packages contain 250 g of special roasted coffee beans 100% Arabica — medium roast. Validity 6 months from the roasting date. We can analyze the possibility of working with private label or own brand.

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