Mogiana’s favorable altitudes (900-1,400m), mild temperatures (averaging 20 degrees C), and uneven terrain make for high-quality coffee, with very sweet and balanced cupping profiles. You’ll find both Mundo Novo and Catuaí varieties here.
One of the few coffee growing regions under the Tropic of Capricórnio, which has given its “coffee from the end-of-the-world” nickname. High productivity undulated terrain with fertile volcanic red soil.
This region with a quite uneven and semi-arid soil, good heights, and great weather produces a highly full body coffee with a balanced sweetness and acidity. Most of the farms are small to medium-sized
The climate and topography are favorable to the excellent cup quality of this region. This, added to the small farming, almost handcrafted processes, are responsible for winning many prizes on this region.
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