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BRAZILIAN

PRODUCING

REGIONS

PROTECTED GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS OR PROTECTED DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: PROTECTING COFFEE HERITAGE, QUALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Fourteen of Brazil's 37 coffee producing regions have received the Geographic Indication or Designation of Origin mark attesting to their unique taste produced in harmony with nature and adding value to Brazilian coffee.

Brazil has more than 300,000 coffee producing farms, unique experiences to be discovered and wonderful stories to be told. Since 1991, a quality coffee revolution has started in the country and Brazil is one of the most demanding countries when we talk about sustainable coffee practices.

Coffee is vector of social, economic, and environmental protection worth preserving. 

Geographical Indications (GI), according to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), date to the Paris Convention of 1883. Delegates identified "ïndications of source" as key attributes of agricultural property.

A region's physical characteristics (climate, soil, relief, and human skills (processing, know-how or cultural savoir-faire) precisely define products. 

Our clients purchase GI coffees with the assurance of quality, traceability and history.

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Diversity! Different coffee profiles! Exclusive Coffees! Sustainable coffee export!

Have you ever realized that coffee is one of the most dynamic products in the world?

 

From the beginning, when we look at that wild bush in Ethiopia, discoveries fascinate us every day. From new varieties and new crop management techniques to new methods of preparation, this is a market that is evolving at a fast pace.

In this whirlwind of new concepts, one thing tells us a lot about Brazil: the altitude X latitude paradigm. Contrary to what has always been believed, coffees grown at different altitudes can present beautiful, distinctive results in the cup, always following sustainable coffee practices.


When we look at latitudes, as we distance ourselves from the Equator line, winters get colder and the average temperature is lower. 

In this way, the coffee cherry will mature for longer and the sweetness will be present in its flavor. On the other hand, as we approach the Equator, there's a tropical forest where robust specialties develop enviable complexities. 

Yes, coffee is one beverage always between transformations and discoveries, always in motion. And Latitudes Brazilian Coffees is in this fourth wave of the drink.

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