“An Exciting Time For Brazil” At The First-Ever Caparaó Coffee Showcase
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“An Exciting Time For Brazil” At The First-Ever Caparaó Coffee Showcase

Growing up on a small coffee farm in Minas Gerais, Brazil, I have to say I always viewed coffee as something that “had to be cultivated in large amount in order to be profitable”—my father’s words—as well as something bitter, meant to be taken with sugar…. Source link

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The Complex History of the ‘Brazilian Official Classification’ SystemDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The Origin of COB Sensory analysis has provided an important mechanism for the pricing of goods throughout the world since the beginning of trade itself. Color, smell and taste are some of the many attributes that are used to grade a broad range of food and… Source link

Tocaya Torradores De Café In Minas Gerais
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Tocaya Torradores De Café In Minas Gerais

The coffee roasting company Tocaya Torradores de Café in Itajubá, Minas Gerais serves single-origin specialty coffee from Brazil. The majority of the coffee comes from the Mantiqueira de Minas region and the founder Juliana Ganan maintains relationships with many… Source link