Linda Vista 123
ليندا فيستا 123
The coffee is picked by hand when the cherries have a high degree of ripeness between 19 and 23 degrees
Brix. The coffee is transported from the field to the wet mill in small plastic boxes so that the coffee cherry
does not break. Subsequently, the macerated cherries are transferred to the dry mill of Sajonia Estate Coffee
in plastic boxes. In the dry mill, the coffee is placed on African beds directly in the sun for 8 hours to lower
the degree of humidity. Subsequently, the cherries are dried slowly for 28-30 days in shaded African beds in
saran tunnels with a shade percentage of 80%.
The Linda Vista farm is 52 years old and is 28 Ha in size with 21 Ha planted with coffee. The last 12 years the
far has been under the ownership of Oscar Nazareth. The farm has around 4000 plants per Ha and they are
planted with the varietals Caturra, Red Catuaí, Maracaturra. The farm produces around 18000kg each year.
In the harvest there are 60 employees and in the off season there are 10 employees. Banana plant is used as
shade and for consumption and also fruit trees like oranges, lemons and tangerines. The soil type is clay
loam with average rain of around 2000mm with an average temperature of 20 degrees.