Brazilian Coffees – Everything you need to know about Brazilian Coffee

Brazilian Coffees – Everything you need to know about Brazilian Coffee

Just as in exporting green-bean coffee, brazilian coffees, pre-roasted and ground, are recognized for their high quality level.

The products under the label of Cafés do Brasil adhere to a strict Quality System and are analyzed in accredited laboratories and audited by internationally recognized certifying organizations.

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High quality, consistency in blending, reliability in supply and ongoing customer care, are features that the Brazilian coffee industry offers its customers around the world.

Minas Gerais – ARABICAS

  • Sul de minas: The coffee are soft and strictly soft, heavy in body with mild acidity
  • Mata de Minas: Coffee planted at lower altitudes produces the interesting Rios taste. Higher grown coffees have a fine cup.
  • Chapada de Minas: Coffees are naturals and pulped naturals are an interesting alternative for large and small growers alike.
  • Cerrado: Cerrado weather conditions are unique to produce excellent Arabica naturals. Cafés do Cerrado naturals have a fine cup, strong body and excellent aroma and sweetness.

São Paulo – ARABICAS

Mogiana – Soft and strictly soft naturals coffees have strong body and aroma and excel in natural sweetness.

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Centro-Oeste: Central and western São Paulo type coffees are pulped naturals, with a strictly soft cup, sweetness and medium to low acidity.

Espírito Santo – ARABICAS AND ROBUSTAS

Montanhas do Espírito Santo: Espírito Santo Mountain Coffee, offer a wide variety of tastes: from the finest pulped naturals and naturals,which exhibit a specialty quality soft cup, to the interesting Rios coffees.

Paraná – ARABICAS

Paraná naturals cup profile varies from hard to soft. The original body improves cup taste and consistancy.

Bahia – ARABICAS AND ROBUSTAS

Planalto da Bahia: Washed coffees from central Bahia are well known internationally for their soft to strictly soft cup, low acidity and medium body.

Cerrado da Bahia: Known as Cafés do Novoeste, have a good cup with an interesting balance between body and sweetness.