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Brazil Fazenda Miaki
Brazil Fazenda Miaki is a wonderfully rich, semi-washed coffee from the Paraña region. Mr Miaki has been producing coffee in Brazil since the 1970’s and has a well established business in the Cerrado and surrounding regions of Parana. With a mild acidity and smooth chocolatey after taste. This coffee is ideal for those who like a milky beverage, ideally a flat white or cortado where the flavour is pronounced and bold.
Brazil Coffee Growing Regions
Brazil has 14 major coffee-producing regions, all with a range of complex variety of beans.
You can find more in-depth information here, but below we have picked out the most popular ones, and condensed all this information down for you into a quick guide to Brazilian coffee growing regions:
- The largest coffee-growing state in Brazil
- Makes up just under 50% of the country’s production
- Has some of the highest mountains in Brazil
- Produces speciality coffee
- Producing regions include Sul de Minas, Cerrado de Minas, Chapada de Minas and Matas de Minas
- Brazil’s second biggest coffee-producing state
- Largest producer of Robusta
- Known for its tropical beaches and mountainous nature preserves
- Producing regions include Montanhas do Espírito Santo and Conilon Capixaba
- Located in the northeast of Brazil
- Arabica make up around 75%
- Gained fame for its use of technology and quality of beans
- Coffee cultivation began here in the 1970s
- The two producing regions are Cerrado and Planalto da Bahia and Atlantico Baiano
- Mainly farms Arabica
- Dense plantations with high levels of productivity
- Exclusively grows Robusta
- High temperatures and low altitudes with a tropical climate
Brazil Coffee Port
Founded in 1532, the Port of Santos is located in the city of Santos, state of São Paulo.
In 2006 the Port of Santos became the busiest container port in Latin America, according to Wikipedia. What contributed to its success was the major overhaul and modernisation in the early 20th century, eliminating the risk of diseases and providing the port with a much more safe, industrial-age infrastructure.
Coffee was the main export of this port until the Second World War. It is now a slightly smaller component amongst cars, machinery, orange juice and soybeans.