ABOUT THE ORIGIN
With over 200 years of coffee history, the Mogiana is one of the most traditional coffee producing regions in Brazil.
Located in the northeastern region of the São Paulo state, the region has elevations between 900 and 1,000 meters above sea level and an average annual temperature of 68 º F.
Much of Alta Mogiana's crops are grown on small farms, which are supported by established local infrastructure and easy access to new technologies. Skilled labor and reliable roads further facilitate the transport of the region's coffee production.