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Brazilian coffee

When Francisco Melo Palheta planted his first coffee bean in Pará, Brazil in 1727, he could never have imagined that one day Brazilian coffee would be drunk all over the world. Not for nothing Brazil nowadays is the third coffee- producing country in the world. When you taste a cup of this excellent Brazilian coffee, you immediately know why!
Brazil is also known for its deep-rooted coffee culture. The average Brazilian citizen drinks almost as much coffee as an Italian. In Brazil however, it is not the espresso that is popular, but the so-called cafezinho. This coffee drink is prepared with grounded coffee and huge amounts of sugar. This drink is very sweet of course, but inextricably linked to the Brazilian coffee culture.

Brazilian coffee with a unique aroma

Coffee normally is grown in cooler regions, often high in the mountains. Brazil is one of the few countries in the world where coffee beans also have to resist frost. The arabica plant grows perfectly in the beautiful mountains of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Coffea Arabica is the coffee plant that produces high-quality coffee beans as well.
The Cerrado-region is located on a high, semi-dry plateau around the city of Patrocinio, between São Paulo and the capital Brasilia. Cerrado is a new, growing coffee region in Brazil. The coffee from this region is prestigious due to the high quality. This is due to the stable dry weather during the harvest season. It is not without a reason that coffee beans from the Cerrado region are used for the Goedcupje coffee cups as well.

Coffee with tones of chocolate

Goedcupje's Brazilian coffee comes from the Fazenda Santana coffee-plantation. This plantation covers no less than 2,700 acres of land, of which 1,100 acres is dedicated to coffee plants. The rest of the plantation offers beautiful forests and a spectacular nature reserve. If you happen to visit this area once, it definitely is worth a visit!
Brazilian coffee is widely known for its chocolate and nutty tones. These tones can also be found in the beans of the Santana plantation, supplemented with floral and fruity notes. This special coffee bean is a special mix between mundo novo, yellow bourbon and catuai coffee beans. This guarantees a unique coffee flavour that is full and creamy on one hand, and yet sweet and mocha-like. You will taste subtle notes of rum and raisin as well. Drinking coffee will never be the same again!

Coffee roasted with care

High-quality coffee beans is step one, but the most important step still has to be taken: roasting the coffee beans. Coffee roasting is an ultimately delicate process. Real craftsmanship is needed to make high-quality coffee.
While roasting coffee beans, special aromas and the character of the coffee beans emerge. Coffee beans naturally change of colour during this roasting process. With a loud popcorn-like pop, the roaster knows that the beans must be cooled with cold air. Our coffee beans are not roasted too dark, to preserve the original flavour as much as possible. Besides, we roast coffee beans in smaller quantities, to let the beans develop optimally to guarantee its quality.

Compostable coffee cups

In addition, Goedcupje uses compostable coffee cups for its coffee. Coffee cups often are made of plastic or aluminium. This creates extra waste, which is not necessary at all. With Goedcupje's compostable coffee cups, you could provide your garden with fertile soil by organically recycling your coffee cups. This way, a good cup of Brazilian coffee could lead to a delicious vegetable garden as well. An excellent idea!
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Compostable coffee cups

The amount of waste we generate grows every day. Due to our increased prosperity, the waste we collect on a daily base has increased enormously. Everything you consume is beautifully packaged to tempt you to buy the product. But at the end of the day, you also have a trash bin full of plastic and aluminium waste. And that should be reduced a bit to protect our nature. Especially when you know that just a small part of all plastic waste can be recycled, or actually is recycled. Reducing plastic waste would therefore be an excellent idea.
At Goedcupje we are fully aware of this rising problem. That is why we want to significantly contribute to reducing waste. Therefore we have introduced our compostable coffee cups. Our Brazilian coffee of course is very special regarding its taste, but with these compostable capsules we make the story of our coffee even more special. This is an excellent opportunity to transform your coffee cups into fertile soil. In this way you could give organic fertilizer to your plants or vegetable garden. You ensure that the idea of recycling is implemented in the right way.

Protect the nature

Goedcupje uses innovative compostable capsules. These compostable coffee capsules were developed from a sustainable initiative to reduce the amount of waste. Research shows that only 2% of the plastic and aluminium coffee cups are actually recycled. The other 98% is used as land fill or simply incinerated. Or it ends up in the sea to increase the plastic soup even more. That does not sound sustainable at all.
The secret behind Goedcupje's compostable cups is the plant-based material they are made of. The capsules are made from sugar cane and sugar beet. That sounds very sweet, but at least it doesn't taste that way! Aluminium capsules are mainly used to keep coffee fresh for a long period. And aluminium coffee cups also generally look beautifully designed. This way one can sell even more of these capsules, resulting in even more waste. With the organic capsules of Goedcupje, an innovative vegetable oxygen barrier is built within the capsules. In this way the coffee stays fresh for a long period of time as well. And that without any waste. Isn't that a much better choice for you and nature?

A healthy choice

The only thing that will eventually remain of the compostable coffee cups are is biomass, CO2 and water. The only condition is that the capsules must be properly composted. Then it could actually be converted into fertile soil. If you don’t have a lot of space, you could use a small compost bin for example. In this bin you could deposit all your organic waste in combination with your compostable coffee cups. If you take care of sufficient aeration, good humidity and everything is turned around six weeks after, you will have generated fertile soil for your plants or garden in just 12 weeks.
With the compostable coffee cups you could eventually provide your vegetable garden with fertile soil to grow delicious organic carrots for instance. You could then make a delicious carrot cake, that would combine very well with a good cup of Brazilian coffee. Isn’t that a great thought?


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