Coffees of the world straight from the roaster
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Brazil - the country of coffee
Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, located in South America. It borders ten countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Guyana, French Guiana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The official language is Portuguese. Brazil is famous for many tourist attractions, and one of the most well-known worldwide is the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.
Worldwide, a recognizable phenomenon associated with Brazil is samba, a dance full of energy and joy. Similarities between Brazil and other countries include agriculture as an important sector of the economy and a rich musical culture.
Benefits of buying Brazilian coffee from Sochaccy.Co roastery
By choosing Brazilian coffee from the Sochaccy.Co roastery, you gain a wide selection of coffees, various roasting levels, and grinding on demand. You benefit from the convenience of shopping under one address, supporting small artisan roasteries, and the best freshly roasted coffees are only available on special order. Sochaccy.Co offers lightning-fast delivery - coffee from distant Brazil will be at your doorstep the next day.
History of coffee in Brazil
Coffee arrived in Brazil in the 18th century from France, and the first coffee plants were planted by Francisco de Melo Palheta. The coffee variety was Coffea arabica. Palheta was a Portuguese military officer and diplomat who obtained coffee seeds thanks to his diplomatic skills.
Coffee cultivation in Brazil
Coffee cultivation in Brazil is found at altitudes between 800 and 1300 meters above sea level. The altitude of cultivation is crucial for the taste of coffee - the higher the coffee trees are grown, the more intense and complex the taste of coffee in the cup.
Brazil has many coffee-growing regions, such as Minas Gerais, São Paulo, Espírito Santo, Bahia, Paraná, and Rio de Janeiro. In each of these regions, various tourist attractions can be found, such as historical cities and national parks in Minas Gerais, beaches and colonial architecture in Bahia, and waterfalls in Paraná. Coffees from different regions have different flavor notes: Minas Gerais is famous for coffee with delicate chocolate and nut notes, São Paulo offers coffee with distinct fruity notes, and Espírito Santo is a source of coffee with a fresh, floral taste.
It is believed that the best coffee-growing region in Brazil is Minas Gerais, due to the excellent cultivation conditions and the quality of the beans. Brazil uses various coffee processing methods, such as natural, wet, and dry methods, which affect the final taste of the coffee. Arabica coffee dominates in Brazil, although robusta coffee is also grown.
The quality of Brazilian coffee is steadily improving, and many plantations have certifications such as Rainforest Alliance and UTZ. These certifications indicate care for the environment and working conditions on coffee plantations.
Coffee culture in Brazil
Brazilians appreciate coffee with a mild, sweet taste and often drink it with milk or sugar. The most popular Brazilian coffee recipe is "cafezinho" - a strongly brewed coffee served with a large amount of sugar. The story of Francisco de Melo Palheta, who "persuaded" the wife of the governor of French Guiana to give him coffee seeds, is associated with Brazilian coffee.
An interesting fact about coffee from Brazil is that coffee-growing regions often organize local coffee festivals, during which you can try different coffee varieties and learn about Brazilian coffee culture.
Taste of Brazilian coffee
Brazilian coffee is characterized by a mild, full flavor with low acidity. Among the most popular taste notes are chocolate, nuts, caramel, and fruits. Brazilian coffee is appreciated for its balanced taste, which delights both amateurs and coffee professionals. Its refined flavor profile makes Brazilian coffee an excellent choice for both daily drinking and special occasions.
Buying Brazilian coffee at Sochaccy.Co
We encourage you to discover the richness of flavors of Brazilian coffee, choosing from the wide range available in our Sochaccy.Co coffee shop. In our coffee roastery, you will find carefully selected beans that will allow you to experience the extraordinary aromas and flavors straight from the heart of South America. Don't wait any longer - take advantage of the unique offer of freshly roasted coffees available only at Sochaccy.Co.
Do you love coffee with a mild taste, low acidity, and exceptional flavor notes? We invite you to our Sochaccy.Co coffee shop, where you will find a wide range of freshly roasted Brazilian coffees. Support small artisan coffee roasteries and enjoy the unparalleled taste of coffee straight from Brazil!