Rank: 1a



Score: 93.60

Altitude: 1250-1300 masl

Country: Brazil Naturals


Region: Espirito Santo

Aroma/Flavor: Red wine, dark fruit, concord grapes, banana, strawberry-yogurt, candy, tropical fruit, mango, papaya, tamarind, rose.

Acidity: Complex, sweet, malic, tartaric, salty, butyric, red currant, soft peach.

Other: Big silky mouthfeel, creamy, guava nectar, cotton candy, quince jelly

Processing system: Natural


History of the farm

Fazenda Camocim, with 160 hectares, was

acquired by Mr. Olivar Fontenelle de Araújo in

1962. In 1999, with the help of his grandson,

Henrique Sloper de Araújo, 300,000 coffee trees

were planted and the large-scale production

of organic Arabica coffee began in the city of

Domingos Martins, where few believed that

coffee would yield good results. Henrique

continued the project without using chemical

and industrial products, such as fungicides and

fertilizers, in the fields, instead adopting the

methods of biodynamic agriculture which links

agricultural production with the natural cycles of

the sun, moon, planets and zodiac, resulting in

healthier and more resistant plants.

Located in Pedra Azul, Espírito Santo, Fazenda

Camocim is also famous for producing one of

the rarest, most precious coffees in the world:

Jacu Bird.

A super premium coffee, it is considered the

rarest in Brazil. The coffee cherries are selected 

from the trees by the jacu birds themselves. A

blend of all the varieties at Fazenda Camocim,

with a higher proportion of yellow cherries,

which are preferred by the birds, it has a smooth

flavor and striking acidity with fruity, floral

aromas. It is 100% Arabica, certified organic

and biodynamic, and produced in the region of

Pedra Azul, Espírito Santo.


Characteristics of the coffee lot

Processing: Natural

Variety: Catucaia-Açu Iapar 59

Average elevation: 1250 masl

Characteristics of the property

Location: Domingos Martins, ES

Region: Montanhas do Espírito Santo

Total area: 160 ha

Area planted with coffee: 70 ha

Highest elevation: 1300 masl

Lowest elevation: 1250 masl

Score: 93.60


Coffee processing system

Selective hand picking is used. Post-harvest

processing is completely systematized

with control over temperature and humidity

throughout the entire process.


Concern about quality

All of Camocim Organic’s are the result of respect

for the environment and for the cycles of nature

through completely organic and biodynamic


Fazenda Camocim has another trait: the

determination to run the farm as a model of

sustainable agro-forestry production, in which

cultivation is done in the forest, preserving flora

and fauna and without the use of pesticides.



IBD – Biodynamic Institute. Certifies organic


BSCA – Brazil Specialty Coffee Association.

Certifies quality and sustainability of the coffees.

DEMETER – Certifies biodynamic management.

Organic Certification following the USA and Europe protocol

Biodynamic Certification following the global protocol