The Japanese family started working with farms in the estate of Parana. After the severe frost in the 70th they decided to buy a piece of land in the Cerrado of Minas Gerais, and a few years later they sold the farm in the south and decided to stay just in Cerrado. They started working as a coffee farmer in Cerrado in 1980, being the very first in the region known as Chapada o de Ferro, a volcanic area in the city of Patrocínio.
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Brazil Fazenda MiakiFarm Coffee, Project Coffee
A smooth body, citric acidity, high sweetness, flavors of chocolate and berries.