The history of Jaguara started with Antonio Wander in 2001, agronomist and researcher and two friends who are also agronomists who decided to plant coffee for the first time.
In 2013, André Luiz, son of Antonio Wander, took over the farm together with Natália and began to innovate with sustainable planting techniques, making the most of the available natural resources. Jaguara farm covers 90 hectares and is located at Campo das Vertentes, a region recognized by gold in the past. It produces natural coffees, with notes of chocolate, plum and extremely sweet.
The union of knowledge and commitment worked so well that, in 2019, they participated for the first time in the Cup of Excellence contest with one of their micro-batches and the coffee produced by them was ranked as the fifth best Brazilian coffee, with a score of 90.47 points.
The farm carries out several quality projects every year and has a strong focus on fermentation, anaerobic, aerobic processes, fermenting the coffees in barrels, in polypropylene bags, drying boxes and fermentation tanks, creating unique and exotic flavors.