The third-generation Japanese-Brazilian, Marcos runs his coffee farm with his brother. His grandfather, Souichi Miyaki, used to be a sailor and traveled around the world, and was attracted by Brazilian nationality and scenery and decided to move there.
With each passing generation, connection to Japan has drifted away and they are gradually losing their Japanese language abilities.
Since the third generation, there hasn’t been much connection to Japan. Yet, they feel proud of their name being known in Japan through their coffee.
In 2007 it was named Cafe Vinho since Marcos’s coffee tastes like wine. We sold the beans for testing and it was obvious for everyone that the beans have a unique characteristic and sweetness of fruits.
This is natural processed and it has a clean aftertaste like a washed process but with a strong body. When you sip it, it’s like a red wine, but it has a white wine aftertaste.
【Raw material name】Coffee beans
【expiration date】3 months from the roasting date
【Preservation method】Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity
【Manufacturer/Processing/Distributor Name and Address】TAKAMURA WINE & COFFEE ROASTERS
2-2-18 edobori nishiku Osaka