Green bean importer Minas Hill will highlight the best of Brazilian coffee in Sydney events on 25 and 26 September.
The first Brazil Showcase on 25 September at Stranger’s Room of Parliament of New South Wales will give Brazilian companies a platform to present their products and services, with a focus on sustainability. The showcase will feature Brazilian entrepreneurs based in Australia, who will reveal how their companies are stimulating the Australian economy.
This event is an initiative of the Consulate-General of Brazil in Sydney, with the support of Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, in partnership with the Australia Brazil Business Council, the Australia-Brazil Chamber of Commerce and the Australia-Latin America Business Council.
Minas Hill will also host a cupping on 26 September. This event will feature coffee from Brazilian producer Ismael Andrade, who won the Brazil Cup of Excellence in 2018. The cupping will highlight some of Ismael’s latest experiments, including progressive coffees processed with cryo-maceration, sprout fermentation, and natural and anaerobic fermentation.
Chemical engineer James Davison will be on site to provide insight into coffee chemistry. James has merged his professional skillset with his passion for coffee to become a quality control consultant within the industry.
Minas Hill Coffee prides itself on an ethical and sustainable approach. It works exclusively with suppliers who have received social and environmental certifications and work to connect farmers and roasters.
The event on 26 September will also see Minas Hill launch the Minas Hill Foundation, a not-for-profit to help with transparency, initiatives that involve coffee communities in Brazil, and coffee industry in Australia.
RSVP is required to attend the events. To register for the events online click HERE