Brazil is the world's leading grower and exporter of coffee beans with around one-third of the world's coffee grown there.
Many high quality blends are made due to the ability of Brazilian coffees to create dark roasts without turning overly bitter. This is due to the mild, balance of Brazilian coffee beans
Grown in Brazil's high temperate and tropical climate, these beans create bittersweet dark chocolate and caramel flavours. With hints of nutty undertones and a velvety chocolate finish. This well-rounded coffee is a shining example of how coffee grown in Brazil is turned into some of the most popular coffee beans we know and love today.