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Coffee from Brazil

Brazilian coffee is one of the most popular in the world for a reason. Brazil's ideal conditions for coffee cultivation stem largely from the country's specific geographic location and climate. These favorable conditions result in many high-quality coffee plantations across Brazil, particularly in the regions of Santos, Minas Gerais, and São Paulo. Both Arabica and Robusta varieties are grown in Brazil.

What makes it special?
Characteristics and properties
Which is the best?
Brazil Maracana
Brazil Cerrado 003

What makes Brazilian coffee special?

Coffee from Brazil is distinguished by its unique taste and aroma, along with a wide variety of sensory profiles. You can find beans from this country in the regular offerings of our roastery, JAVA Coffee Roasters, as well as in seasonal filter coffee options. We operate mainly in the specialty coffee segment, ensuring the highest quality 100% Arabica beans. Brazil's vast plantations are located at elevations ranging from 600 to even 1200 meters above sea level. Depending on the cultivation conditions, Brazilian coffees can vary in strength and acidity levels.

Characteristics and properties

Brazilian coffees are known for their relatively mild flavor, free from excessive intensity and acidity. Many feature a delicate natural sweetness, reminiscent of nutty, chocolate, caramel, or fruity notes. Brazilian coffees are also noted for their low acidity, making them suitable for those who prefer a neutral brew. The aroma can be exceptionally rich and full of unique notes. Typically, Brazilian coffee cherries are processed dry, sun-dried with the pulp still attached. The beans are usually roasted to a medium or dark roast, which best brings out their full flavor.

Which Brazilian coffee beans are the best?

Whole bean coffee from Brazil can be optimally selected based on individual preferences, considering sensory profile, origin, and roast level. In our online store, you will find beans sourced from trusted farms, mostly small local producers. Our specialty Brazilian coffees undergo numerous tests to ensure they are defect-free. We also ensure airtight packaging to maintain long-lasting freshness, as we roast the beans in small batches, no more than 7 days before shipping.

BRAZIL Maracana

BRAZIL Maracana is an exquisite coffee from the producer Marina Diniz Junqueira, of the Yellow Catuai variety, grown at an altitude of 700–900 meters above sea level. Its unique sensory profile combines notes of orange, dark chocolate, and roasted nuts. The beans are sourced from a multi-generational farm, managed by the Junqueira family since 1872, and currently overseen by Marina and Lincoln, who have been dynamically developing the brand since 2015. The producer ensures optimal growing conditions, using a specialized irrigation system to control soil moisture, resulting in consistent crops and significantly reduced water usage. The farm uses only natural fertilizers and renewable energy sources and organizes many educational initiatives. This coffee is perfect for brewing with a Moka pot, espresso machine, or French press.

Brazil Cerrado 003

Another offering from JAVA Coffee is the specialty product Brazil Cerrado 003. This coffee, produced by the Cerrado cooperative, includes the Mundonovo, Yellow Catuai, and Red Catuai varieties from the Cerrado Mineiro region in the state of Minas Gerais. Grown at an altitude of 1100–1350 meters above sea level, these Arabica beans provide exceptional quality, showcased in this carefully selected blend. The Cerrado region, often called the "red earth" due to its fertile soil, allows for flat surface cultivation and easier mechanical harvesting. The coffee offered by our roastery boasts an attractive sensory profile with notes of cherry, dark chocolate, and red grapefruit. Its high quality is also due to proper processing methods, including cleaning and drying the fruits. Once the desired moisture level is achieved, the beans are machine-hulled. Cerrado coffee can be brewed with an espresso machine, French press, Moka pot, or cezve. We invite you to explore other products in our range, such as coffee brewing accessories, and additions like plant-based drinks, Bacanha syrups, chocolate, chai, and cascara concentrate. For any questions, feel free to contact us.
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