Region: Minas Gerais
Elevation: 1300 masl
Variety: Yellow Bourbon
Notes: Milk chocolate, vanilla, peach, clean, & silky
About: Mariana inherited this land from her parents, also coffee producers, in 1954 and since then has invested in expanding cultivation and quality. Now, Rancho São Benedito is surrounded by the coffee farms of her four children. Along with cultivating coffee, the family also raise Mangalarga Marchador horses, an impressive breed native to Brazil. This coffee is complex with a delicate silky mouthfeel.