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Brazilian coffee for Espresso

Brazil is the world's biggest coffee producing country and has had that title for 150 years. It’s climate, land mass, population and ease of export all lead to the coffee producing giant that today grows one third of the overall coffee world wide.

Coffee in Brazil is far more than a crop or a drink, it is deeply entwined in its culture and history. It has also historically played a huge role in international markets and during the great depression of the 1930’s Brazil was producing 80% of the worlds coffee and ended up burning 78 million bags of stockpiled coffee in an effort to invigorate coffee prices.

The Brazilian coffee industry today is around 3.5 million people strong and has around 220,000 coffee farms of various sizes. While you can find many small holder farms in Brazil, the country was the first and still leads the way in industrialised coffee production.

While in the majority of the coffee growing countries of the world, the coffee cherry is picked by hand, in Brazil the large farms operate huge machinery to pick the coffee. The benefit of this is the massive quantities of coffee that can be harvested at once (the machines shake the cherries loose from the branches. This leads on to the downside of this technique which is, all of the cherries are harvested at once whether ripe or not. Although processing the coffee in certain ways can separate the ripe coffee, the invasive nature of the harvest coupled with the relatively low altitude of many Brazilin farms compromise on the overall flavour.

High quality coffee can be traced back to the exact coffee farm however considering the size of certain farms and the amount of coffee they produce it isn’t always the same quality as other countries.

Typically, Brazilian coffee is found in espresso blends across the world. This is because of it’s low acidity, sweet nutty flavour and chocolatey notes as well as it’s fairly low price point. This is true for many Brazilian coffees, however there is a small percentage of unique and interesting coffees that make it out of Brazil and due to the multitude of Brazilian coffee a small percentage is actually quite a lot.

We have a huge selection of both blended and single origin espresso coffees from artisan roasters. They range from espresso beans giving a luxurious crema and rich chocolatey, nutty flavours, thru to some lighter roasted beans that produce vibrant and bright espressos.

Use the filtering below to help you find the espresso coffees you are after.

We also have a Hand Picked selection with coffees that are fantastic as straight espressos or ideal in based milky drinks

We're coffee enthusiasts at heart and if you need some assistance in selecting your coffees we would love to help. Feel free to contact us at any time.

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Clifton Coffee Roasters: Suspension Espresso: Brazil, Natural Clifton Coffee Roasters: Suspension Espresso: Brazil, Natural
from 250g: £7.75
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Daterra was born out of the vision of one man to create excellence. Excellence in environmental and economic sustainability and above all else, excellence in quality. This vision has become a reality, and in 2016, this 6800-hectare estate was named the most sustainable farm in Brazil...
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Rinaldos Coffee: Brazil, Cemorrado - Single Estate, Natural Rinaldos Coffee: Brazil, Cemorrado - Single Estate, Natural
from 225g: £6.75
From Rinaldo's Coffee: We've sourced a new Brazilian bean - it's a bold roast and has the typical traits of Brazilian coffee, with lovely notes of milk chocolate, hazelnut and honey sweetness. The Cerrado region is recognised for its production of fine Brazilian coffees. Farm/Coop: Cemorrado - Single Estate RECYCLABLE...
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Casa Espresso: Brazil, Pedra Branca, Natural Casa Espresso: Brazil, Pedra Branca, Natural
from 250g: £7.20
From Casa Espresso: This yellow bourbon lot was harvested in the first half of June and was the take to the mill where the ripe cherry will then be separated and sent for pulping to make pulped natural coffee. The under ripe and over ripe are placed on drying patio...
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Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Brazil, Daterra, Pulped Natural Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Brazil, Daterra, Pulped Natural
from 340g: £10.50
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: The Daterra Sweet Collection comes from the renowned Daterra farm in the Cerrado area in Brazil. The farm is famous for its innovative research and respect for the environment. The farm produces extremely high quality coffee beans, especially ones suited for espressos. Sweet collection is...
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Rinaldos Coffee: Half-Caff: Brazil, Decaffeinated Rinaldos Coffee: Half-Caff: Brazil, Decaffeinated
from 225g: £7.50
This is a unique semi-caffeinated blend of 100% Arabica speciality coffee. It is great for those who are a little more sensitive to caffeine.
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Dear Green Coffee: Brazil, Fazenda Pantano, Pulped Natural Dear Green Coffee: Brazil, Fazenda Pantano, Pulped Natural
from 250g: £7.95 - FREE Delivery
Brazilian coffee is world renowned and this speciality coffee from The Cerrado region is exceptional. Farmed at the Fazenda Pantano Estate, the coffee has a highly complex flavour profile with berry sweetness and praline nuttiness.
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Artisan Roast: Brazil, Swiss Water, Decaffeinated Artisan Roast: Brazil, Swiss Water, Decaffeinated
from 250g: £7.50
From Artisan Roast: Our Swiss Water® process decaff is 99. 9% caffeine free and bursting with flavours reminiscent of almond, molasses and cocoa. We use the Swiss Water® decaffeination process for our coffee, a chemical free process developed in Switzerland, hence the name, that nowadays takes place in Vancouver. The...
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Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil, Inhame, Natural Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil, Inhame, Natural
from 250g: £7.30
From Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil Inhame is a small family farm with 28 hectares of coffee trees located near to the town of Campos Altos. We were introduced to the farm by Bruno Souza, owner of Academia do Cafe, a Q Grade, coffee farmer and one of the most experienced...
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