Rjavi tukan

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We make sure you always have it in your pantry

Try coffee from our farm in Brazil!

Who is rjavi tukan (the brown toucan)

Rjavi tukan is a winged tropical beauty who carries the best Brazilian coffee beans in its beak across the pond. We roast these beans, grind them to your preferred size and deliver them to your doorstep for your pleasure.

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Brazilian specialty coffee

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Coffee for special occasions

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our own farm

Brazilian specialty coffee

Brazil is the biggest coffee producer in the world. Specialty coffee represents the top 10 %.


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Andressa grew up in Patrocínio, a town in one of the most important coffee producing-regions in Brazil. Being surrounded by coffee fields, she understood from a young age what makes good coffee. This understanding fascinated Žiga, a city guy from Ljubljana, whose world expanded after tasting freshly roasted coffee from Andressa's family farm. Together we decided to introduce first-class Brazilian coffee to Europe.

Brazilian Coffee Farms Can Be Carbon Negative

For English version of the article, visit BarTalks. Svet že nekaj časa gleda na kavno industrijo kot na neko vrsto blažilca podnebnih sprememb, saj se vedno več pridelovalcev zavestno odloča za okolju prijaznejšo pridelavo ter sajenje senčnih dreves. V najboljših...

From Tree to Cup: Cerrado Mineiro

For English version of the article, visit BarTalks. Brazilski Cerrado je ogromna savana v središču Brazilije, ki se razteza čez več zveznih držav. World Wildlife Fund jo je razglasil za biološko najbogatejšo savano na svetu, saj v njej živi 5 odstotkov vseh živali in...

Guide to Brazilian Coffee Regions

The first things that come to mind after uttering the word Brazil are probably beaches, football and the carnival. The first image to appear in the mind of a coffephile, though, are probably neat rows of coffee trees hiding their caffeinated treasure under the cover of a thick foliage. Brazil is the fifth biggest country in...

Coffee swallowed us in waves

In an era of fast internet and unstoppable globalisation, trends change faster than the ministers of Slovene government. Specialty coffee may seem like a hipster trend that will sooner or later run out of steam, but the fact is that the term was first coined by Ema Knutsen...

The History of Brazilian Coffee

IT ALL BEGAN WITH A LOVE AFFAIR Coffee used to be hard to come by. Legend has it that the Portuguese wanted a share of the coffee market, but they couldn't get their hands on the beans. To the north, Brazil bordered French Guiana, as it still does today, whose governor stubbornly...