Indeed many crops showed beautiful blooms. Most of the photos of beautiful flowers came from the Zona da Mata (eastern Minas Gerais), which was the region least affected by the drought, because its microclimate contains a lot of humidity in the air from the Espirito Santo Sea.
What is necessary to understand about flowering and production.
1) The flowering occurs in the new internodes that have grown in the plagiotropic branches, this growth started in December of 2020, late, because it started raining only at the end of November. So we have beautiful trees with fewer internodes, because the growth of September, October and November was lost. We can consider the vegetative phase of the coffee trees from September to June, with two months of dormancy, July and August.
For good fruit growth, 5 cm2 of leaf area per fruit is necessary, where the plant stores energy.
I am republishing an article I wrote in mid-September, you will be able to understand it.
Also take into account that in 2020 Brazil had its maximum arabica production, due to favorable factors that happened since 2018.
Brazil will produce coffee, but below the potential of its coffee park.
This is due to climate damage since March 2020.