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About Nobletree

Nobletree started with the belief that the best coffee is delivered directly from the farm to your table.

Our quality begins with the soil, harvested beans, and sustainable farming practices. It ends with our artisan roasting and grinding process.

We roast daily in small batches so we can manually control all stages of the roasting process. We roast by hand and maintain strict quality control to ensure a consistent cup each and every time. We pride ourselves on delivering fresh, complex coffees with every order.

Nobletree Coffee is Established Since 2014

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"Nobletree is an innovative coffee brand of farmers, roasters, and baristas, based in Brooklyn, New York, with proprietary coffee farms in Brazil."
"The team behind Nobletree coffee roasters is serious a out the perfect cup..."
"Nobletree Coffee is unveiling a shop in front of its Red Hook, Brooklyn, roasting facility... The setting is worth the trip."
"Along with striking views of the New York Bay and the Statue of Liberty... patrons can also take in the sites of Nobletree's vintage restored and modified Probat roasters."
"Managing the entire length of a coffee chain is a business bet that is paying off for a Brooklyn roastery, its two farms, and mill and warehouse in Brazil and a coffee shop in the heart of New York City"
"On its Brazilian farms, Nobletree Coffee p ants trees in different locations to gauge site influence... The uptick in micro-lots" shows promise in identifying special sites, much like single-vineyard wines."

Third Wave Coffee, Done Right.

Nobletree’s vertically integrated business model is unique for the coffee industry.

Through our dedicated work as farmers and roasters, our customers continue to expect a dynamic and diverse portfolios of micro-lots and single origin coffees from our privately-owned farms, Fazenda Santa Izabel and Fazenda Monte Verde in Minas Gerais.

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We’ve spent the past few years working to understand the variables that affect quality, and how we can create sustainable practices. By taking ownership of our chain – from the craft of coffee farming… to the milling… to the exporting… to the roasting of our coffee…we continue to ensure the longevity of our environment, the well-being of our farm families and a world class coffee bean.

Our dedicated agronomy team carefully selects the coffee varietals most suited to the farms’ microclimates and monitors cultivation through the latest agriculture techniques. Nobletree’s coffees are separated and processed in small batches using diverse processing methods unlock each coffee’s singular attributes. The result is an array of flavorful coffees with fully traceable and transparent histories.

Transparency is fundamental to Nobletee. The nature of our product allows us to have insight into every aspect of our supply chain as well as knowledge of where our beans are grown. That means our coffee is fresh and safe.

Our tight supply chain also means a more direct path from farms to your cup. We also hold a food safety certification from the Safe Quality Food (SQF) Food Safety Code, widely considered to be one of the most rigorous and comprehensive food safety standards in the world. 

Still, much of our work on our farms are dedicated to investigation and experimentation, including planting new varietals at varying elevations and sun-exposure, and applying creative processing methods in order to yield a strong matrix of coffee offerings.

Since we monitor and control the entire production process, our coffees are inherently sustainable and our farms are designed to endure for future generations.

Explore our Farms

Farm: Monte Verde

Fazenda Monte Verde, a consistent finalist in the Brazilian Cup of Excellence Competition, is located in the municipality of Carmo de Minas in the Mantiqueira region, which has excellent growing conditions for the production of high quality coffees and is internationally recognized for coffee exports.

  • COFFEE VARIETIES GROWN

    Yellow bourbon, yellow icatu, mundo novo, yellow catuaí and red catuaí and acaiá. We also have a variety garden with over 40 varieties in the test phase.

  • PROCESS INCLUDES:

    Natural and pulped natural

  • NOTES

    Fragrance and aroma of caramel, citric acidity, apple, dense and creamy body, great honey sweetness, floral flavor, yellow fruits, papaya, damascus and melon.

  • REGION

    Carmo de minas -mg 1150m to 1250m above sea level

Farm: Santa Izabel

The Farm Santa Izabel has always been recognized for the high quality of its coffees. Nobletree Coffee Farms acquired Santa Izabel, located in the south of Minas Gerai, in 2013 and began transforming it into a sustainable, world-class coffee bean producer. By 2017, our new crops started to harvest. Now in 2020, the older sections are experiencing rejuvenation for stability and sustained growth.

  • COFFEE VARIETIES GROWN

    Yellow Bourbon, Arara Yellow Catuai Red Catuai Icatu Mundo Novo

  • PROCESS INCLUDES:

    Natural

  • NOTES

    Fragrance and aroma of chocolate and caramel, citric acidity, bright orange, velvety soft body, great honey sweetness, sugar cane, floral and fruity flavor, jasmine, papaya, apricot, apple.

  • REGION

    Ouro fino – mg 1150m above sea level

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Wet Mills

Wet milling, the step that comes after harvesting, is focused on separating the fruit of the coffee cherry from the under-ripes and over-ripes after they have been picked. This can be done in a variety of ways, using different machines and techniques.
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Dry Mills

After the coffee has been wet milled at the farm, it heads over to our dry mill facilities.

Coffee of Excellence

Certifications

Sustainable Agriculture: Produced Responsibly
Pledge to Improve The Life of Farmers & Workers
Create a Better Future For People & Nature
Improve The Quality of Coffee And The Lives of People Who Produce It.
Food Safety & Quality in Manufacturing
Foster Trade, Commerce And Interest in The Specialty Food
Make coffee sustainable, equitable, & thriving activity for the value chain

Company History

Brew yourself a cup of coffee & scroll through our timeline. We have a long history in roasting coffee:
New York
2013
Conception
New York
Brazil
2014
Nobletree Farm partnership
Brazil
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
2014
Initial Launch on the Website
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
2014
First Bag Sold Online
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
New York City, East Village
2016
Opened the first café
New York City, East Village
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
2017
Tasting Room Opened
New York City, Red Hook Brooklyn
New York City, Twin Towers
2018
World Trade Center Location
New York City, Twin Towers

Awards Timeline

We are particularly proud of:

2016
1st Place:
BSCA 25 Year Contest Washed Category Santa Izabel Farm
2016
19th Place:
International Cup of Excellence Monte Verde Farm (86.97 Points)
2017
2nd Place
BSCA Aroma Contest Washed Category Santa Izabel Farm
2017
23rd Place
International Cup of Excellence Santa Izabel Farm (86.87 Points)
2018
Winner
The National Phase Cup of Excellence Monte Verde Farm
2018
3rd Place:
BSCA Aroma Contest Santa Izabel Farm (89.56 Points)
2020
TBD
2020 International Cup of Excellence Competion #17 by BSCA 2020 1st Place for Aroma, BSCA

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