Pedro Gabarra

Pedro Gabarra Teixeira’s good nature

Pedro Gabarra Teixeira is a sixth-generation Brazilian coffee farmer committed to protecting the natural habitats around his farms and educating the community on the importance of preservation. Despite Pedro Gabarra Teixeira’s family having more than 150 years of coffee farming behind them, his first taste of the coffee industry came further down the supply chain. “I am a sixth-generation coffee farmer, but I wasn’t actually raised on the farms. My relationship with coffee actually started in 2001, when I was at university and started to roast,” Pedro tells BeanScene. “The idea behind the roaster was to give Brazil the best coffees of Brazil, not necessarily exporting everything good. That’s how I got into coffee.”
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Minas Hill

Minas Hill to host Brazilian cupping and breakfast in WA

Minas Hill Coffee will host a cupping session followed by a Brazilian-style breakfast in Western Australia on 16 March. The cupping will highlight some of the coffee trader’s 2019 crop range, including coffees from its ongoing partners Ismael Adrade, Pedro Gabarra, and Gabriel Oliveira.
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Minas Hill Sydney

Minas Hill Coffee to hold Our Farmers, Our Heroes panel discussion

On 4 February, Minas Hill Coffee will bring together prominent people from within the coffee industry for a one-night-only panel to discuss current projects and initiatives in Brazil.  Our farmers, Our heroes: A panel discussion about sustainability, transparency and women in coffee will touch on topics ranging from the international coffee price, processing and economics to social projects, the environment, and the role of women in coffee.
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