One of my favorite South American coffees is back! Brazil Mogiana is full bodied and low acid, making it the perfect cup for EVERYONE! Coffee from the Mogiana region is among the best in the world. It's not too sharp, not too sweet, and not too earthy. It's just right.
Our Brazil Mogiana is a completely pleasant cup of coffee. Our current offering is classified as Fine Cup and Strictly Soft, the highest cup category in the Brazilian coffee grading. This is truly the best of the best!
The coffee is creamy, smooth, and delicious. It is the traditional full-bodied, sweet Brazil coffee we all know and love.
It's so consistently sweet from start to finish: in the nose it has the aroma of S'mores, sugarcane, and sugar cookies.
In the cup, the coffee is full-bodied, and I taste bakers' chocolate and caramelized sugar.
The finish lingers beautifully with the taste of cordial cherries, molasses and dark chocolate.
Put this coffee on your radar.
Everyone in the shop is really excited to have this one back again. If you haven't tried my Brazilian coffee yet, you have to give this a try. I highly recommend it. It's an incredible experience.
Aroma: Sweet, S'Mores, Sugarcane, Sugar Cookies
Cup: Smooth, Full and Round, Baker's Chocolate Caramelized Sugar
Finish: Lingering, Cordial Cherry, Molasses, Dark Chocolate
GROWER: Cooperativa Regional de Cafeicultores em Guaxupé Ltda.
REGION: The Mogiana region, an area along the border of the states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais, Brazil
ALTITUDE: 800-1,200 Meters
PROCESS: Full natural and dried in the sun and mechanical driers
VARIETY: Bourbon, Mondo Novo hybrid
HARVEST: May - August
SOIL: Volcanic loam
Brazil Mogiana 17/18 FC SS is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Cooperativa Regional de Cafeicultores em Guaxupé located in the Mogiana growing region, which is split between the states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais, Brazil. The Mogiana region is the most renowned of three major Brazilian growing regions. This region has rolling hills and uneven terrain lending to farms that are small to medium in size. As the world's largest coffee producer, Brazilian producers often use highly mechanized processing strategies to manage larger volumes.