At Café Tabom, we believe that the way our coffee is grown and roasted is as important as the way it tastes. Our coffee is produced by a family-owned company with a rich heritage that goes back to 1895 when its founder planted the first coffee trees in Brazil’s lush farmlands.
By working directly with growers and cooperatives who supply superior beans, Café Tabom distinguishes itself not only through its inspired taste, but also through the way its coffee is made, from the emphasis on roasting at origin to the support for the rural farmers and their communities.
Four generations of built relationships with growers allow Café Tabom to be defined by the rigorous selection of the best beans from the top coffee producing regions of Brazil, and a brand trusted for its quality, value and a commitment to sustainable practices.
A great cup of coffee begins where the beans are grown: high on a mountain, in rich soil and tropical climate. And Brazil has the perfect weather for processing coffee beans using the dry, natural method. This means that the coffee is dried prior to being removed from the cherry. When coffee is dried inside the fruit, as most classic Brazilian coffee is, the sweetness of the fruit will carry over into the perfect cup of coffee.
The finest beans display region-specific flavors and aroma that reflect the farm or estate where they are grown.
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