Klem Farms

Located in the countie of Luisburgo, in the region of Minas Forests, at an altitude of 900 to 1,200 meters, the Klem Farms are part of the mountainous relief of this beautiful region that is suitable for the cultivation of coffee in Brazil for combining altitude, climatic conditions (average annual temperature ranging from 18ºC to 25ºC) and an excellent rainfall index.

The Klem farms are carefully planted, cultivated and at the time of harvest they follow strict processes of processing from drying to storage. These management standards, as well as the sustainability of the properties, ensure a high quality end product that meets the requirements of the fine (gourmet) coffee markets with their diversity of flavors and nuances. Currently, the coffees produced at Klem Farms stand out among the best in Brazil.

Quality, Social Responsability

and Environment

The coffee produced in the region of Minas Forests has been highlighted in several quality competitions held in recent years in Brazil. The perfect combination of altitude and the mountainous climate of this region makes the drink have a variety of aromas and flavors outstanding due to its unique special quality, providing a creamy consistency that meets the most demanding consumption standards. Added to all this is the intense use of manpower that has become a fundamental ally in production, where man and coffee coexist in perfect harmony.

Klem Farms follow strict criteria of ethical standards in the relationship with their employees and service providers, complying with labor standards, job security, protection and respect for the environment. Thus, it has increasingly ensured the quality of coffee production, providing means for social advancement to employees, integrating them more and more in the communities where they live and stimulating the education and development of all involved in courses of improvement in coffee activity. Klem farms are always focused on environmental awareness, planting their crops in an ecologically correct manner, respecting native areas and obtaining greater biological control, preserving springs, flora and fauna.