Mogiana , Brazil

Known for its sweet, full, rounded coffees, the Mogiana region, one of the oldest coffee-growing arenas in Brazil, is found in the rolling rugged hills of Valle de Grama. Hugging the northern border of São Paulo state and snuggled up to Minas Gerais, it is named after the Companhia Mogiana Estrada de Ferro train line--”The Coffee Train,” which traversed the mountainous area in the days when communities and farmers depended on this mode of transportation.

With its deep, richly red soil, Mogiana possesses unique microclimates each with its own unique terroir. Alta Mogiana, north of the train line, has Protected Geographical Indication PGI, producing …”intensely aromatic, fruity coffees with nuts and chocolate, caramel sweetness, velvety body, a well-balanced acidity, and lingering finish.” Média Mogiana produces “coffee of good acidity, medium body and sweetness, with nuts, chocolate, and chestnut intertwined.”

Known for its sweet, full, rounded coffees, the Mogiana region, one of the oldest coffee-growing arenas in Brazil, is found in the rolling rugged hills of Valle de Grama. Hugging the northern border of São Paulo state and snuggled up to Minas Gerais, it is named after the Companhia Mogiana Estrada de Ferro train line--”The Coffee Train,” which traversed the mountainous area in the days when communities and farmers depended on this mode of transportation.

With its deep, richly red soil, Mogiana possesses unique microclimates each with its own unique terroir. Alta Mogiana, north of the train line, has Protected Geographical Indication PGI, producing …”intensely aromatic, fruity coffees with nuts and chocolate, caramel sweetness, velvety body, a well-balanced acidity, and lingering finish.” Média Mogiana produces “coffee of good acidity, medium body and sweetness, with nuts, chocolate, and chestnut intertwined.”

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