- Country: Brazil
- Region: Carmo de Minas, Minas Gerais
- Elevation: 1150–1200 masl
- Variety: Yellow Bourbon
- Roast Level: Medium
Fazenda Serrado—not to be confused with another Brazilian coffee-growing region, Cerrado—is a 32-hectare farm that is planted in Yellow Bourbon, Yellow Catucai, Icatu, Acaia, and Mundo Novo varieties.
This coffee is a selection offered in honor of one of the farm's co-owners, Valéria Dias de Castro Pereira, who comes from a long line of strong women coffee producers. She has decided to use the premium paid to her from participating in the Women Coffee Producers program to invest in tanks to improve the quality of the Washed coffee they produce.