Brazil is the world’s leading producer and exporter of coffee, contributing around a third of the world’s coffee grown on its Fazendas. With its rich chocolatey notes, Brazilian coffee offers broad appeal.
While there’s still great variety within such a large country of varying climate and ecology, in general Brazilian coffee leans chocolatey and rich, often with nutty notes and relatively low in acidity. These flavours have massive appeal and with speciality roasting can become coffees full of complexity.
Brazilian coffee production is by far the most industrialised and advanced, and its harvest often dictates the entire global coffee market. .