Coffees of Brazil
Brazil, one of the largest and most beautiful countries in the world, extremely rich in culture. An exceptionally diverse South American country, famous for its ideal conditions for growing coffee plants. Coffee appeared there as early as in the 18th century and is still leading the coffee world. Brazil is the largest producer of coffee, accounting for about 1/3 of world production. Brazil stretches along the Atlantic and Amazon rivers and its fertile soils and excellent climate create coffee beans that are prized around the world. The main coffee-growing regions are southeastern Minas Gerais (Brazil Yellow Bourbon coffee) and Sao Paulo, with the world-famous coffee city and port of Santos, with its worthwhile Coffee Museum. This is where the famous and popular in Poland Brazilian Santos coffee comes from - a classic among coffees. In Brazil, as well as all over the world, Arabica dominates with about 70%, but Robusta, which has its connoisseurs, accounts for about 30% of world coffee production. Brazilian coffees are famous for their noble aromas and flavours ranging from hazelnut to chocolate, slightly sweet with low acidity.
We invite you to visit our coffee shop, where we offer many noteworthy and exceptional coffees from Brazil. There is nothing better for connoisseurs of genuine beans than freshly roasted coffee straight from the roaster, coffee roasted to order.
What does coffee from Brazil taste like?
Brazilian coffee has one of the lowest levels of acidity in the world, making it the place of origin for our customers who are new to single-origin coffees. With coffees from Brazil, we especially recommend a medium roast for beginning coffee lovers to maintain an optimal balance of flavour. It is also worth mentioning that by purchasing coffee in the store directly from a coffee roaster, you receive coffee with an unprecedented intensity of taste and aroma - because at Sochaccy.Co we send coffee within 24 hours from roasting.
Is coffee from Brazil good?
Brazilian coffee is loved by the whole world, especially by Poland. Brazilian coffee accounts for nearly 30% of all coffee in the world - let that be the best answer to the question if Brazilian coffee is good, many believe it's the absolute best coffee. There is a lot of natural sweetness to be found in coffee from Brazil; usually flavor notes of milk chocolate, toffee, cocoa and almond shine through. One of the best-known coffees from Brazil is Arabica Brazil Santos Premium, a coffee that we import ourselves, always bringing the highest quality coffee from the last harvest. Brazilian coffee is also an excellent base for creating your own robusta blends.
In Santos Brazil coffee you can find, apart from the typical notes of Brazilian coffee, chocolate and nuts, honey notes, which perfectly embellish the taste of coffee. Brazilian coffee is the best coffee to prepare in both pressure machines and regular coffee makers. Coffee from Brazil is the true richness of coffee, full of intensity of aroma and taste of sunny Brazilian plantations - roasted in handmade coffee manufactory - Sochaccy Artisanal Coffee Roastery.