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Brazilian Coffee beans | introduction of Yellow Bourbon Coffee beans in Queen's Manor, Mogiana, Sao Paulo State

Published: 2024-06-25 Author:
Last Updated: 2024/06/25, Brazilian coffee plays an important role in the global coffee market, all because Brazil says that the world's largest coffee producer and exporter accounts for 1/3 of the world's coffee exports. But many people will think that the coffee produced in Brazil is mainly in quantity and of average quality, but Brazil also has many high-quality boutique coffees.

Brazilian coffee plays an important role in the global coffee market, all because Brazil says that the world's largest coffee producer and exporter accounts for 1/3 of the world's coffee exports. But many people will think that the coffee produced in Brazil is mainly in quantity and of average quality, but Brazil also has a lot of high-quality boutique coffee.

Coffee cultivation in Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America, bordering ten countries, including Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia. Brazilian coffee can become the largest coffee producing country because of its superior geographical conditions and climatic environment. Brazil mainly has a tropical climate, while the northern region has a tropical rain forest climate and a central savanna climate. In the south, we have a humid subtropical monsoon climate. In Brazil, there are mainly three types of soil, sedimentary volcanic clastic soil, red-yellow soil and brown clay, which are rich in organic matter and minerals, good drainage and many rivers, so the climate is suitable for coffee cultivation.

Alta Mogiana producing area of Morgiana

There are 26 states in Brazil, of which 17 produce coffee, of which central Parana, Sao Paulo, Milas Gerais and Esp í rito Santo account for 90% of the total production. Brazil's Arabica accounts for 80% of total production and the remaining 20% is Robusta. Among them, the main planting has been bourbon, Kaduai, iron pickup, New World and so on, and the harvest period is from May to September.

There are many well-known sub-producing areas in these states, such as the Syrador producing area in Minas Gerais, the front street coffee has a half-sun-treated Shirado coffee, as an entry selection, with chocolate flavor and nutty flavor, the taste is balanced. Morgiana is a well-known producing area in Sao Paulo, which belongs to one of the high-altitude areas and produces high-quality coffee beans. There are many planting families here. Modern technology and mixed mountain coffee planting culture have created high-quality raw coffee beans.

Queen's Manor

Fazenda Rainha (Queen Farm) is located in the Morgiana area of the state of Sao Paulo, north of the state of Sao Paulo, in Vale da Grama, an ancient volcanic valley in Brazil. This estate is well-known in Brazil and is owned by the Carvalho Dias family. Carvalho Dias has four major estates. Since the first Brazilian COE (Cup of Excellence, also known as the Excellence Cup) competition in 1999, it has won awards every year and has won more than 12 awards in the past seven years.

And the family is also a founding member of the Brazilian Fine Coffee Association, attaches great importance to coffee quality and environmental maintenance, has many environmental protection facilities in the family farm, and insists on the maintenance and afforestation of primeval forests. In addition, due to the high topography of the Queen's Manor, non-plain terrain, can not be harvested by machine, completely manual harvest of fruit, and planting lower yield, but high-quality yellow bourbon species.

Yellow bourbon

Bourbon and Ironka are the oldest coffee varieties in existence. Bourbon has obvious characteristics on coffee trees. The nodes of bourbon leaves are relatively close. Coffee berries will be more round and shorter than Ironka. And ripe berries will have yellow or orange (pink) due to variants. Bourbon is almost all round beans, compared with tin card, bourbon beans are smaller and mature later, but bourbon is higher in yield than tin pickup. Bourbon beans grown at high altitudes have higher density, better sweetness, bright sour taste, and better resistance to rust leaf disease than iron pickups.

Common bourbon fruit from flowering to fruit ripening, the color will gradually change from green to yellowish, red, and finally fully ripe crimson, this change of fresh coffee fruit is what we often call red bourbon. The yellow bourbon is a unique bourbon variety in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, mainly because it does not turn red, but appears orange, so it is called "yellow bourbon". However, its yield is very low and is not resistant to wind and rain, so it is difficult to plant widely. Yellow bourbon, grown at high altitudes, contains a lot of fructose, so it can show a sweet and juicy coffee flavor.

Front Street Coffee Brazilian Queen Manor Yellow bourbon Coffee Bean producing area: Morgiana Manor / processing Plant: Queen Manor: 1400-1950 meters above sea level varieties: yellow bourbon treatment: half-sun flavor: sugarcane black tea nut chocolate

The yellow bourbon beans of this Brazilian queen's estate in front of the street coffee come from the Morgiana producing area in the state of Sao Paulo. The front street will use KONO filter cup, 1:15 ratio, 90 ℃ to cook, the entrance will have a sweet fruit, with sugar cane, black tea, chocolate and nutty flavor, weak clean bitterness, smooth and delicate taste.

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