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La Semeuse Caparaó, Brazil

This delicious coffee seduces with its delicate lightness. The Caparaó terroir is located in the Cordilheiras do Caparaó in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on the north-eastern slope of the Pico da Bandeira mountain range.

Minas Gerais is known for its beautiful colonial towns and its great geographical diversity with wide plains and high mountains. It consists of several regions: Cerrado de Minas, Chapada, Sul de Minas and especially Matas de Minas, where mainly specialty coffees are grown.

The landscapes are varied. Hills, narrow valleys and ancient rocks alternate and give an idea of the different composition of the soils. The terroirs do not follow political boundaries; Caparaó covers part of Matas de Minas as well as the Serra da Mantiqueira.

The region lives from the production of sugar cane, maize, beans and milk; but the most important agricultural product is coffee. The coffee plantations in the north cover 275 000 hectares. Caparaó is well connected by ten roads and two railway lines, which facilitates the transport of the coffee to the port of loading.

The coffee farmers in Caparaó focus on sustainable production. The plantations are often family-owned; 90 percent are considered medium-sized farms (about 10 hectares). Only 3 percent of the producers own farms with more than 100 hectares. The region is therefore different from others in Brazil and is considered pioneering in the production of speciality coffees with very different aroma profiles.

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