Toffee & dark honey flavours & a smooth, lasting finish.
We have a long history with Fazenda Samambaia as it is one of the core members of Santo Antonio Estates. It is both gorgeously kept and historic. Owned by the Cambraias’s since the 19th century, it’s executive operator is now Henrique Cambraia. This coffee is quite unique as it is not often found in the Australian market. The Yellow Tapazio is a cross between Mundo Nuvo and Red Catuai and then backcrossed with catuai again. This year’s Samambaia Yellow Tapazio is rich in caramel and honey flavour with a luscious, creamy body.
We have a long history with Fazenda Samambaia. As one of the core members of Santo Antonio Estates we have been visiting this farm for many years. It is both gorgeously kept and historic. Owned by the Cambraias’s since the 19th century, it’s executive operator is now Henrique Cambraia.
Although Samambaia has numerous varietals planted, the Yellow Tapazio this year was a must have.
It absolutely shined on the cupping table as it was quite sweet and possessed a luscious, creamy body. The Yellow Tapazio Varietal was developed in Brazil at the Agronomic Institute of Campinas. It is a cross of the Mundo Novo and Red Catuai and then backcrossed with the catuai again.
Get to know: SanCoffee
SanCoffee is comprised of over 20 fazendas (estates), many of whom are well known in their own right; often placing in the Brazil Cup of Excellence. We’re proud to have a long history with this coop, stretching back to 2012! Coffee from their member estates supply the backbone of some of well-love house blends, as well as some bangin’ lots both as single varietals and experimental processing types.