Mundo Novo is a natural cross between 2 Arabica varieties: Red Bourbon and Typica from Sumatra, first documented in 1940. Seeds of the original coffee plants were planted in the municipality of Novo Mundo, today called Urupês, in Brazil.
The success of this coffee is due to its special characteristics: high productivity and high adaptability to various coffee regions. In appearance, Mundo Novo is a rustic, tall plant with a thin stem. Its leaf tips can be green or bronze.
Plantations above 800 meters in altitude produce the best Mundo Novo coffees.
Our Mundo Novo coffee, by @altoalegrecoffees, grows above 1300m and delivers a full-bodied coffee, with fruity notes, strong sweetness, medium acidity, excellent finish. You will love it.

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