Voyage Coffee Roasters

Brazil Mogiana

Hazelnut, toffee, orange peel.

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This sweetly mild, approachable coffee is loaded with toasted almond, hazelnut, and orange zest notes, swirling caramelized toffee, and brown sugared sweet rolls. Acidity is mild and sweet, and smooth chocolate lingers in the cup.

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Vale De Grama, Mogiana
Smallholder producers
Natural Process

Meet Smallholder producers

Representing the top o' the crop cherries from individual farms in the Mogiana growing region, this coffee carries the taste of the Brazilian countryside. Specialty lots are personally selected from the growers’ offerings by Olam Specialty Coffee with the goal of creating a proprietary blend that does the region proud.

Olam then processes the cherries—in this case via the natural/dry processing method in which the beans are hulled after the fruit dries. This indues the coffee with subtle fruitiness and intensity. Voyage Coffee Roasters has taken it into a medium/dark roast level, developing sugars and creating a very drinkable and consistent cup.

About the Region

The Mogiana coffee region, in Valle de Grama, is named after the Companhia Mogiana Estrada de Ferro train line which traversed the mountainous area in the days when communities and farmers depended on this mode of transportation. Known for its rich red soil, Mogiana hugs the border of São and Minas Gerais states, and possesses several unique microclimates that produce varying flavor profiles in the coffees grown there.

Coffee has been a cornerstone of the Brazil's rapid growth: between 1963 and 2013, Brazil's coffee output rose from 23.2 million bags to 50.8 million bags. São Paulo’s mild, warm climate and beautiful beaches makes it a favorite vacation destination, and tourism is a strong industry. Despite its assets, São Paulo has room for economic growth, with interior regions often lacking electricity and basic sanitation. Since coffee is usually grown in such underdeveloped regions, there is vast potential for improving the lives of producers in the area.

Eugene, OR

Voyage Coffee Roasters

Voyage Coffee Roasters was birthed in beautiful Eugene, Oregon, in 2012 when Scott Van Den Elzen decided to take his home roasting hobby to the Willamette Valley and his daughter, Jessamyn, decided to join him. Four years later, they are still going strong, and the rest of the family—Gabriel, Peace, Ryland and Alyssa—pitch in with packaging, deliveries, sales, ideas, and anything else that needs doing!

Roast Master Scott focuses on small batches of outstanding coffees roasted on the dark side, both blends and single origins. He's so committed to bringing his family's enjoyment of coffee to each of his customers that Voyage offers both a medium and a dark roast of each coffee.


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