Mogiana view


Cup profile: Striking aroma, stone fruit, traditional notes of chocolate and walnuts, creamy velvety body, well-balanced acidity, long finish with clean caramel sweetness and occasional notes of dark chocolate.

The region carries the name of the former railway system, Companhia Mogiana Estrada de Ferro, which was built in 1872 in order to transport the huge volumes of coffee that were being grown in the area. The area overlaps in both in Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais states. This border become apparent while driving, as all bumps in the road disappear when you enter the state of Sao Paulo.  


A large part of our producer network in located in Alta Mogiana, the area closest to neighbouring micro-region Sul de Minas. Here you find average altitudes of 900-1100 m.a.s.l. and a large river basis that cuts through the entire region. The different micro-climates that provide a pleasant abundance of cup profiles, while maintaining sweetness and overal balance in the cup.


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Fazenda El Dorado’s coffee is prepared in an environmentally friendly manner. Crop management and the harvest are done by hand with the help of machinery. After being picked, the beans are taken to the patios, where they are spread to dry under the sun. When they reach 11% humidity, the beans are taken to wooden rest boxes where they rest for at least 30 days.