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Brazil | Daterra | Futuro Espresso

Regular price $49.99
Regular price $59.99 Sale price $49.99
Sale Sold out
We have 26 in stock

Coffee Details

Taste Notes: Apple, Brown Sugar

Producer: Daterra Coffee

Relationship: 1 year: This is our first coffee purchased from Daterra

Process: Anaerobic Natural (60hrs)

Roast Profile: Medium

Origin: Campinas Brazil

Varietal: Paraiso Organic

Auction price: $45.10/lb

Roast and Order Days

Next Roast Dates: The Futuro Espresso will only be roasted twice due to limited quantities.

  • First roast date: 3/9/24
  • Last roast date: 4/6/24

Orders: All orders placed will be shipped the next day (excluding Sunday) if there is inventory; otherwise, your order will go out on our next roast day each Saturday.

The Future of Coffee

The coffee plant is a crucial element in the coffee value chain, generating billions of dollars in economic value worldwide and supporting the livelihoods of hundreds of millions, from farmers to baristas*.

For coffee to continue to exist, new genetics and coffee varieties that are better able to withstand high temperatures, more extended periods of drought, pests, and diseases that may become more recurrent in these climate scenarios are developed.

Agriculture takes time; seeds and actions sowed today will be harvested far-far away in the future, so supporting producers like (Daterra) and organizations like World Coffee Research are paramount for the beloved coffee plant to continue to exist and thrive.

Introducing Futuro Espresso is a look into the future of coffee, one that represents hope, sustainability, and repeatability to improve not only total yields but also the longevity of coffee production and overall survival.

  • Flavor Profile

    Apple, Brown Sugar

  • Process

    Natural Anaerobic (60hrs)

  • Cupping Score

    88+

  • Origin

    Campinas, Brazil

  • Varietal

    Paraiso Organic

  • Auction Price

    $45.10/lb

About The Coffee

Futuro is an auction-winning coffee from the December 2023
Daterra auction. It was purchased for $45.10/lb and received in February 2024.

From Daterra: Futuro represents our efforts, accomplishments,
and, of course, the responsibility we have regarding the future of coffee.

These unique beans taught us not only how to farm coffee but
also how to reduce our carbon emissions, protect our water sources, and produce
a cleaner energy system by taking advantage of the immense availability of
sunlight that we have.

There was no better coffee to symbolize the future than our
organic Paraiso. The organic Paraiso lot is part of research for organic
regenerative agricultural techniques.

Daterra Coffee Brazil

In 1902, an Italian family embarked on a journey from Bari to Brazil, settling in Campinas to grow coffee. By 1908, they were roasting and selling coffee, educating housewives on proper roasting. This commitment to education and quality has been fundamental. The family expanded into a gourmet shop and later a gas station, but after their passing, their son Donato took over, embodying resilience, persistence, and commitment. Struggling to keep the business afloat, a stranger, touched by Donato's parents' memory, offered his house as collateral, demonstrating belief, hope, solidarity, and respect. This event shaped their values, leading to the growth of an auto parts business and, in 1976, the founding of Daterra, an agricultural venture. Coffee reentered their lives, teaching them enduring principles that guide their commitment to offering the best to people and the planet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the roast date printed?

Yes, our roast date is printed on the bottom of each bag.

Is the coffee roasted to order?

Yes, we currently roast all orders twice a week (Tuesday and Saturday).

Is coffee seasonal like produce?

Just like produce, coffee can have multiple seasons and harvests depending on the country of origin. We source all our raw materials during the current and optimal season.

Where do you currently source your coffee from?

Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Costa Rica, Sumatra, Honduras, Nicaragua