Arriving early June 2021.
Forward has purchased 25 x 24kg boxes of Daterra Farms Full Bloom.
Eight (8) boxes have been booked by The Library Specialty Coffee in Toronto, Ontario.
One (1) box has been booked by Ghost Roaster Coffee in New Westminster, BC.
Two (2) boxes have been booked by Single V Coffee in Burnaby, British Columbia.
One (1) box has been booked by Drip Coffee Roasters in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
Daterra is one of the most sophisticated coffee operations we've ever had the pleasure of visiting. Daterra is located near the city of Patrocinio, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. This is the classic and famed Cerrado region of Brazil, where the fertile land is flat and proven ideal for coffee.
Daterra's beautiful coffee-producing systems have turned the farm into an intensive network of lots, which are all monitored individually. Many have automated irrigation systems to ensure ideal nutrients and water make it to the plants themselves.
When it comes time to harvest, Daterra will send members of the team to different lots to evaluate the cherry. They will also harvest small batches to strategize on when to harvest each individual varietal and ensure peak timing. The quality team will then make decisions on how to utilize each of these coffees and where on the menu they'll be used.
The Daterra menu is vast, with three tiers of offerings available, of which Forward Coffee is proud to be the exclusive Canadian distributor. The three tiers are Masterpieces, Collections, and Classics.
Masterpieces are exotic, experimental and one-of-a-kind. Packed solely in patented Penta boxes (24.2kg vacuum-sealed).
Collections are high-end consistent coffees that the quality team deems 86 - 89 points, packed solely in patented Penta boxes (24.2kg vacuum-sealed).
Classics are coffees that best depict the Cerrado region with quality scores between 80 - 86. These are consistent, value offerings available in 60kg bags.
Price per kilogram: 6.69 USD FOB
Process: Tree Dried Natural
Total kilos purchased: 605kg (25 x 24.2kg PentaBox)
Harvest date: July 2020
Fermentation: This lot is not intentionally fermented.
Drying time: ~6 days on patios, followed by 30 hours in a drum drier
Drying temperature: 22°C Max. - 8°C Min.
Altitude: 1150 masl
Region: Cerrado, Brazil