Brazilian Minas Gerais Coffee

For many experts, the most fantastic mojo is the Brazilian Minas Gerais coffee. Check out what could be the best cuppa Joe fix of your life.

Brazilian Minas Gerais Coffee

In Brazil, the second historic coffee boom ran between 1880’s and 1930’s, during the so-called Coffee and Milk Policy historic period. The name refers to the large productions of coffee and milk of São Paulo and Minas Gerais, respectively and how those states managed to monopolize Brazil’s Presidency chair during those decades.

Minas is the largest coffee-growing region in Brazil, which accounts for almost 50% of country’s results, and is one of the main gourmet coffee origins with a coffee-growing range of around 2,500,000 acres.

Minas produces several types of high-quality coffees:

 

Brazilian Minas Gerais Coffee - SouthSul de Minas Gerais coffee

 

The rough, undulating mounts of this southern state region, are the core of Brazil’s production.

With favorable raining and mild weather, the average-sized farms here use pulped natural, washed and natural processing methods to collect bold body, fruity aroma and acid taste coffees

 

Chapada de Minas Gerais Coffee

High plateaus cut by valleys and rivers house washed and natural “caffes” with notes of molasses, citric and red fruits, elegant acidity and intense aroma.

 

Matas de Minas Coffee

The first oldest coffee region in the state, these originally Atlantic jungles have rough terrains with a warmer and moist environment. Processing methods are pulped natural and natural for a great cup of brew with a bold body and neutral scent.Cerrado de Minas Coffee

 

Brazilian Minas Gerais Coffee - Cerrado MineiroCerrado de Minas Coffee

This region, near the city of Patrocinio, contains “mesas” with upland tropical weathers, categorized by showery summertime and dry winters, perfect for harvesting high-quality naturals.

With excellent altitudes and textbook weather this recently developed for coffee region contributes for the production of some of the world’s most exceptional daily grinds.

Besides the geographic conditions, what makes Cerrado coffee so outstanding are: management philosophy, farming practices, educated and passionate staff, innovation and continued improvement.

Bean Juices here usually are medium bodied, slightly sweet and chocolate, with medium acidity

 

Mogiana: To be or not to be Minas Gerais

Exactly, Mogiana is a hybrid region along the border between São Paulo and Minas as you can see in this article.


4 thoughts on “Brazilian Minas Gerais Coffee

  • 2016-05-28 at 11:12 pm
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    I think you’ve done a great job with this site in that the theme looks very cool and you provide great information. I also think it is very cool that you offer custom made wall paper created by your artist. I have a friend from Brazil and he tells me the coffee there is amazing. Where is the best place to get authentic grown Brazilian coffee if I am in the United States?

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    • 2016-05-30 at 8:10 am
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      Hello, Alec,

      Thanks for you kind words. /// I delayed to answer this comment because, after you and many others had asked, I was writing a generic guide with some ideas about where to dig for Brazilian coffee. The article is not suppose to cover specific areas since it would be impossible to cover that in such a short time, but I do intend investigate more and release more articles with specific information by area. Check it out!

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  • 2016-05-28 at 11:13 pm
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    Thanks for your introduction to Brazil coffee. The post is very helpful.

    I love coffee and love south American coffee. A friend of mine has a coffee cooker he got from his parents, which is made of glass with a coffee bean container and a power plug. Each time when we have a gathering in his studio, he would cook coffee for us. We can see how the water begins to boil and smell the scent of the coffee that warms the room — it always smells better than the actually taste.

    Pity I can’t find such coffee cooker in the market now.

    It would be nice if you can do some review on coffee cookers.

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    • 2016-05-30 at 8:13 am
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      Hello, Matilda,

      Thank you for your impressions. If you could provide me with a picture of that coffee brewer, I may be able to help you with that. Just leave a message through our contact page, or e-mail us directly and I’ll investigate that for you.

      Chhers!

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