Coffee / Brazil


Brazil Fazenda Sertãozinho

Cocoa and sugary dry fig-like / The finish is sweet, rich and long with chocolate and dry fruit notes
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Brazil Sítio São José

Dark chocolate, sweet-meal biscuit, dark dried fruit acidity, full bodied cup, thick mouthfeel.
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Smooth / Rich / Nutty / Chocolate

The Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest country in South America, 3rd largest in the America’s and the 5th largest country in the world.

Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Brazil has a coastline of 7,491 km. Much of Brazil’s rainfall drains into the giant Amazon River basin, which comprises dense tropical forest and variety of ecological systems within.

Brazil’s climate includes a wide range of weather zones across a large area and varied topography, however most of the country is tropical. This equatorial climate characterizes much of northern Brazil. There is no real dry season.

Brazil is recognized as having the greatest biological diversity in the world. Its unique environmental heritage is constantly under threat.
It is the most advanced coffee producer and has been the biggest producer in the world for over 150 years. Which represents a third of the world’s coffee !

More people are familiar with the coffee flavours of Brazil than any other country. The full bodied taste of the best Brazilian coffee (usually natural process) with its typically distinctive chocolate, nutty notes and low acidity represents most people’s idea of how coffee should taste.

To the more adventurous coffee drinker the taste of Brazil is just one style of many, but it is the style most people recognise.

Our selection from Brazil represents the best of those distinctive styles with some more unusual but equally delicious examples.