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We didn’t buy brazilian coffee in a very long time since we couldn’t find anything interesting over the last years. The best coffees usually sell out quickly to big names. We wanted a stable coffee and we think the Bota Foto does the job quite well. This Brazil reminds us of Nutella and cherries and it also is great with milk, resulting in Nutella chocolate milk in the coffee.



The farm has remained in the same family for over 100 years. Since Francisco Teóphilo Reis Neto bought the land and the fazenda in 1900, ownership has passed through four generations of family. The current owner and manager, Maria de Fátima Silva Marques da Fonseca, is the latest in the family to care for the land.

The farm can count on many years of expertise in quality production. Bota Fora has five permanent workers who have been working on the property for the last twenty years. For technical support, they can rely on the COCARIVE cooperative and Emater MG (a governmental organisation that provides assistance to farmers in Minas Gerais). These skilled teams of agronomists advise on the best planting techniques, cultivation systems, drying and conservation methods, the newest coffee processing machines and more.