Braulino' s grandparents started working with coffee about 50 years ago. Back then, infrastructure was much worse and all they were able to produce was low-grade Conillon coffees. Later on, they were able to purchase equipment to produce washed coffees and immediately coffee quality improved. It was then, with the arrival of the young Braulino Hertzog, that the production of speciality coffees gained strength. Braulino wanted to pursue speciality to add greater value to the coffees his grandparents were producing.
Now, the family has 20,000 coffee trees, in an area of 19 hectares, and they are very excited about the growth and development of the quality of their coffees.