This pure Brazilian single-origin coffee includes hints of nut and sweet chocolate. Available to try in light, medium, and dark roast (or try all three and experiment with the variations in taste)! Most consumed as a dark roast and makes for a great espresso with its unique flavor. It is grown at an elevation of 3,600 feet in the São Paulo state.
Coffee came to Brazil in the 18th Century, and for over 150 years, Brazil has been the largest producer of coffee with over 10,000 square miles of coffee plants. Many Italians looking for work moved to Brazil in the early 1900s after learning there was enormous demand for workers in the coffee fields. The Italians began exporting a lot of coffee back to Italy, making the coffees of Brazil very popular throughout Europe over time.