Brazil Fazenda Mio Nodrudo Peaberry - Espresso

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Brazil Fazenda Mio Nodrudo Honey Peaberry - Espresso

Very excited to have this replace our much loved Lot C04, this year Mio have a new system for how they name their coffees and give the roasters the tools to make it their own using these new flash cards. Nodrudo is broken down as:

NO -Nutty

DRU - Stone Fruit

DO - Round

This is a Honey processed Catucai, Bourbon & Mundo Novo roasted for espresso.It was purchased from Mío through their office in the UK with the help of Ana Luiza Pellicer, This is another one of many fresh 2024 lots from Mío, This will be a main stay along side the Mesonodo looking forward to continue working with such an excellent producer!.

The term peaberry describes the beans that are small and round due to a natural phenomenon in which only one bean grows inside a coffee
cherry. There are no differences in flavour or quality compared to regular-shaped beans.


  • Producers + Mill:

Mió is a coffee farm in Monte Santo de Minas, Brazil. They cover exports, imports, storages and sell coffee. The coffee is harvested with care by Mió workers, you can see their names on the infographic images, as well as where and when each stage of the coffee production has taken place.

The farm spans a total of 1,589 hectares with a third of the land is used for the coffee processing and milling facilities, some pasture areas and the plantation of eucalyptus trees, which is home to large hives of bees.

The rest of the land is equally divided between the coffee trees and the native forest reserve. With plenty of spring water in the estate, one of Mió’s responsibilities is to not only maintain the water flow but to also improve water quality as their supplies support the local town and surrounding communities.


  • Varieties:

The Catucai variety is a cross between catuai and Icatu. Catucai can be both yellow and red and is well-known for its high productivity and yields.

Mundo Novo is a natural hybrid of Typica sub-varieties, Sumatra and Bourbon. Discovered in Brazil in the 1940s by the Instituto Agronômico de Campinase, the plant is strong, tall (3 m) and resistant to diseases and strong wind. Due to these features and its good cup quality, Mundo Novo is one of the most common amongst Brazilian coffee cultivators, forming around 40% of all grown coffee varieties within the country.Mundo Novo’s productivity is high but its cherries ripen somewhat later than other varieties. Its best growing heights are between 1,050 to 1,670 metres above sea level, with rainfall of 1,200 to 1,800mm per annum.


  • Process:

This involves the mechanical de-pulping of the cherries at the wet mill while ensuring the mucilage stays attached to the beans. This sticky part of the cherry contains high amounts of sugar, resulting in a pronounced body and developed, chocolaty and fruity sweetness in this coffee.

.The parchment is then dried on concrete patios for 14 vdays and then static driers for 5 days, The coffee is then bagged and allowed 50 days rest in wooden silos, before it is then hulled using Cross Beater Hullers + Oscillating Screen Grade with then a finally stage of Density Separation. + Optical Electric sorted and then bagged and ready for export.


  • Region: Monte Santo de Minas
  • Producer: The Pellicer family
  • Dry Mill: Fazenda Mío
  • Importer: Fazenda Mío
  • Price (green ex Shipping): £ 5.60p kg
  • Variety: Catucaí & Mundo Novo
  • Process: Honey Process
  • Altitude: 900 - 1000masl
  • Amount Bought: 4100kg
  • Harvested/Processed : May-September 2023
  • Tasting: Fruity, Nutty, high sweetness, medium acidity, syrupy. 
  • Flavours like: Hazelnut, Stone fruit, Caramel