BRAZIL Fazenda Baú Tomio Fukuda Natural

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Size: 50g

Grind: Whole Bean

【Cupping Comment】

①A crispy and aromatic hazelnut flavor.

②Sweetness reminiscent of caramel and brown sugar.

③A subtle and pleasant aftertaste of apple and plum adds to the overall enjoyment.


Origin Brazil

【Region】Cerrado, Minas Gerais

【Farm】 Fazenda Baú/Tomio Fukuda

【Altitude】 1100m

【Variety】 Red Bourbon

【Process】 Natural 

Roast Level 3.5 Medium roast

Flavor】 hazelnut、caramel、brown sugar、red apple、plum


【From Barista】

As soon as you drink it, a nutty, savory flavor spreads in your mouth. You can feel the nutty flavor at any temperature range, and the spreading savory flavor will keep you drinking it for a long time.

With a slight sweetness and sourness, this coffee is also a recommended accompaniment to baked goods.


Recommended brewing method

EspressoV60・Cold BrewKinto

Start date of handling】 2024, 5/23 updated!

We ship coffee beans within 7 days of roasting.  

About the beans, stickers and flavor illustrations that arrive



ミナスジェライス州セラード地区のFazenda Baú (バウ農園) は標高約1,100mと、ブラジルでも標高の高い場所に位置します。この地域はセラードの中でも特に雨期と乾季がはっきりとしており、コーヒー栽培に適した気候です。

Fazenda Baú (Baú Estate) in the Cerrado region of the state of Minas Gerais is located at an altitude of approximately 1,100 meters, one of the highest in Brazil. This area has a particularly favorable climate for coffee cultivation in the Cerrado, with a distinct wet and dry season.


 トミオフクダ氏の農園で黄色に実ったブルボンチェリーは丁寧に収穫され、パティオで天日乾燥されます。その後果肉除去・脱穀・精選され、ブルボン・ナチュラル・サンドライが誕生します。トミオフクダ ブルボンは、昔ながらのブラジルのナチュラルコーヒーの味と、在来種であるブルボンの特徴をあわせ持ち、甘みが強く、すこやかな酸味、濃厚なコクが特徴です。

The yellow Bourbon cherries on Tomio Fukuda's farm are carefully harvested and sun-dried on the patio. The cherries are then pulped, threshed, and milled to produce Bourbon Natural Sundried. Tomio Fukuda Bourbon combines the taste of traditional Brazilian natural coffee with the characteristics of the native Bourbon variety, and is characterized by its sweetness, refreshing acidity, and rich flavor.





The owner of Bau Farm, Mr. Tomio Fukuda, is a second-generation Japanese-American who has worked in Japan and is passionate about employee training, and he strives to keep his farm clean under the 5S (Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and Shitsuke) guidelines.(Organization, neatness, cleanliness, cleanliness, discipline)




Mr. Tomio constantly visits the plantation to monitor the condition of the trees and maintain and manage them.

He also handles the entire process from cultivation, harvesting, selection, drying, sorting, and packing for export, delivering high quality coffee that shows the producer's face.



💡Barista's recommended recipe