The truth about "Brazil Whole Bean Coffee" | Tamakhu

The truth about "Brazil Whole Bean Coffee" | Tamakhu

Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world, and most specifically, of arabica. In total, Brazil’s coffee production represents a third of the world’s coffee production.

First off, you need to know that Brazilian coffee was imported! coffee was introduced in 1727 to Brazil by Francisco de Mello Palheta, a Portuguese lieutenant who brought coffee crops from Guyana (also imported from Africa).Brazilian coffee beans are known for their low acidity, full body, and chocolatey notes, making them perfect for a rich and robust cup of coffee.

Brazil had become the world's largest producer of coffee, and this title remains unchallenged to this day. The vast majority of Brazil's coffee is grown in the southeastern states of Minas Gerais, São Paulo, and Paraná.Today, Brazil produces 32 % of the world’s coffee production and is therefore the largest coffee producer and exporterBrazil exports two-thirds of its coffee production which reprensents approximately 60% of the world’s coffee.



The flavor profile of Brazilian coffee can vary depending on the region it's grown in, but it generally has a nutty, chocolatey taste with notes of caramel and a slight hint of fruitiness.The low acidity of Brazilian coffee makes it an excellent choice for those who prefer a less bitter taste in their coffee.The Brazilian government has implemented the Coffee Quality Program (PQC) to enhance the production of high-quality coffee.

Brazilian coffee beans are versatile when it comes to roasting, and they can be roasted to different levels to bring out different flavors. A light roast will highlight the beans' natural sweetness and nuttiness, while a medium roast will bring out more chocolate and caramel notes. A dark roast will result in a bolder, more smoky flavor profile. Regardless of the roast level, Brazilian coffee beans are known for producing a smooth, low-acid coffee.

Since we are talking about brazilizn coffee, I would strongly suggest that you should try Brazil Whole Bean Coffee  by TAMAKHU ( )

That’s the end of this short blog to Brazilian coffee! Hopefully, you feel more tempted to try them for their quality and their specific aromas. You can browse our website. Tell us what you think!


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