Mogiana is a region in the northern part of the state of Sao Paulo. The region’s farms lie on the other side of the mountains in Sul de Minas.
The locations of coffee farms are determined by the human and environmental landscape. Mountains, plateaus, rivers, and soil all have as much of an influence on the concentration of coffee farms as do highways, warehouses, and milling facilities.
These coffees are clean and display typically nice Brazillian profiles such as buttery, cocoa, creamy, big body, mild acidity, caramel.
The cherries are picked from the farms before taking them to the raised beds and patios. They are carefully selected and graded, all impurities are removed and the cherries are pulped. Sticky parchment beans with the mucilage still attached are then spread out onto raised beds where they are slowly dried over the course of 2 weeks.