Brazil is the largest exporter in the world, supplying approximately 60% of the world’s coffee – this is due in part to the sheer size of the country. While Brazil is a prolific exporter, its average elevation for coffee production is only about 1,100 meters. This qualifies most of it as High Grown Coffee (900-1,200 meters), but some crops certainly fall below that threshold.
Brazil’s hot and humid weather makes it a good place to grow coffee. Even though Brazil makes a lot of coffee, more than 70% of the coffee farms there are smaller than 10 acres. Smaller farms have their own ways of processing coffee beans, and each farm adds its own special touch to the beans. However, all farms follow the same coffee standards to make sure the product is high-quality.
The coffee beans are picked by hand and dry-processed, which means that the cherries are dried and the coffee is taken out after the cherries are dry. This process gives the coffee a slightly fruity taste. As a result, the brew is light, full-flavored, sweet, and complex. Brazil Santos gourmet coffee has great tastes that you should try.
- 100% Arabica Brazil Santos coffee
- This coffee is one of the finest, best and most sought after coffee indulgences in the world
- Freshly roasted in small batches for highest freshness, flavour and aroma
- Stored in an elegant sealed pouch or airtight tin (depending on your order)
- A great, unique and exclusive gift for coffee lovers, family and friends