Region: Alta Mogiana
State: São Paulo
City: Cristais Paulista
Owner: Flavia & Gabriel Alves
Elevation: 1250 m.
Variety: Mundo Novo
In the cup: Full body coffee. Sweetness towards caramel and honey. Hazelnuts and orange peel. Round, clean and balanced.
The coffee is ideal for a premium blend or a single origin.
Fazenda Bom Jesus is in the Alta Mogiana region, located in the north-eastern region of the state of São Paulo, with a tradition and experience in production of natural and pulped-naturals coffees. Strategically located between the south of Minas Gerais and the region of the Cerrado Mineiro, the Alta Mogiana region has altitude and favourable climate for agriculture. The beans in this region have unique features and are known for quality, striking aroma, velvety creamy body, medium acidity and long aftertaste, with a sweetness of caramel with notes of bitter chocolate. In 2013, the Alta Mogiana was recognized by the INPI (National Industrial Property Institute) as one of the most traditional Brazilian regions in coffee production and received the organization’s record of indication of origin, which certifies the origin and quality of coffees produced in the region. Flavia and her husband Gabriel’s families have produced coffee for almost 150 years. Coffee is in their blood. In an area of aproximately 8,000 hectares they plant mainly Bourbon and Mundo Novo varieties. Bom Jesus farm is UTZ and Rain Forest Alliance certified showing the respect they have with land and people who work there. The highlight of all environmental and social projects is GIMA – a festival to raise funds and awareness towards children’s welfare.