(Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes)
The tour presents the chronological and historical expansion of coffee in the world, its arrival in Brazil until the current production system in Tozan Farm.
“House of Coffee” Museum:
The History of coffee and the history of Tozan Farm.
Production step by step from preparing the seedlings until processing, milling and hulling –after that, coffee leaves the farm in bags of 60 kg without being roasted.
General view of the coffee plantation with explanations and demonstrations of different stages of maturation, manual and mechanized harvest.
Wet processed or washed coffee. Reception of the fruits harvested in the field, washing, separation of different types of fruit depending on the maturation stage.
Drying yard and mechanical dryers:
Natural and mechanical drying.
Main House (by the outside):
Built ind 1850: building techniques, architecture and curiosities.
Former slavery court:
Slavery, the first immigrants, partnership system (white slavery).
Highest point of the farm and the third highest point in Campinas. A high perpective of the coffee plantation, the farm and the surroundings. The historical importance of this belvedere as a witness of the confrontation of soldiers from S. Paulo and Minas Gerais in the Revolution of 1932.
• The visit schedule will be confirmed after sending the "Booking Form" duly completed. Only after receiving the booking form we will send the confirmation with the total amount.
• We offer the coffee export type produced in the farm by the arrival of the group as complimentary. We do not offer lunch.
• The tour may be changed due to weather conditions.