Brazilian Mogiana, organically grown Coffee Beans

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  • Country: Brazil 
  • Region:  Carmo do Cachoeira 
  • Farm:   Saquarema 
  • Variety:  Mundo Novo, Catuai, Yellow Catuai, IBC 12, Icatú 
  • Altitude:  1050 masl 
  • Processing Method: Natural 

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 Saquarema farm  
has existed for more than 200 years and is now run by Ricardo Aguiar.  It is one of the parcels of land with the longest legacy in the area and carries several certifications, including FTO, Rainforest Alliance, and UTZ. 


There are several varieties of coffee grown on the farm including Mundo Novo, Red and Yellow Catuai, IBC 12, and Icatú. 



 

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The Mogiana coffee region runs along the São Paulo side of a stretch of the São Paulo/Minas border. The name 'Mogiana' is derived from the Companhia Mogiana Estrada de Ferro train line that ran through this area.  


  Blessed with rich volcanic soils and fantastic weather conditions, this area produces wonderful coffees of a high standard. 

With its full body, fruitiness, sweetness and acidity the Mogiana type is among the best coffees in the world.  


All Mogiana coffees are rich in flavor,  some variations exhibit mild chocolate, nuts and/or caramel notes with less acidity.