Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot
Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot

Brazil Nakamura Natural Peaberry - New Lot

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Sweet strawberry jam, creamy panela sugar, hints of toasted almond

Light/medium roast suitable for all brewing methods.

A delicious new lot from the Nakamura Farm - special selection of only the peaberry beans. These roast differently due to their round shape, are typically more dense and have more complex flavours.

Team MIGHTY MIGHTY are loving this special lot, currently served at our Coffee Bar for long blacks but also delicious with low milk ratio recipes - think super creamy strawberry milkshake!

Region: Chapada de Minas

Producer: Claudio and Elvia Nakamura 

Elevation: 850 - 930 MASL

Varietals: Peaberry selection of Red and Yellow Catuaí, Arara and Amarelao.

Process: Anaerobic fermentation, Natural sun-dried


The story of Nakamura’s family began in 1929, when they came from Japan to Brazil looking for better life and work conditions. They initially settled in the municipality of Bastos, in the upper São Paulo region, and they have dedicated themselves to agriculture, cultivating various types of cereals and cotton. In the 1940s they moved to Londrina, in Parana state, and began growing coffee. 

In 1986 they moved to Chapada de Minas region, where they started the story of Nakamura’s Farm. They have worked a few years on the land preparation, watching all the environmental rules, in order to begin planting the coffee’s seedlings. They have struggled because of the weather, mainly because of the dry weather and the lack of rain. Along with that, there was a low in the coffee prices of the first crops, but they have overcome all those challenges. 

They always had a great collaboration, partnership and comprehension of the local community and neighbours of the region. They prioritise the local workforce and the harvest is made 100% manually, focusing not only on the best product, but also in helping the socioeconomic development of the region.

Harvest begins in mid June and finishes between August and September. The cherries are dried naturally on the terrace over ten to twenty days, depending on the solar intensity. Focusing on sustainable development, they are using photovoltaic energy in order to meet the demand of the whole farm.


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