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Brazilian Santos

Brazilian Santos

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Brazil is the world’s largest producer and exporter of Coffee. Why not celebrate that fact with our Brazillian Santos Coffee - an infusion famous for its indulgent nutty flavour?

If this sounds like something to your taste, be sure to buy from us today. We make it with the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the beans.


Facts About Brazillian Santos Coffee

  • Brazil constitutes a third of the world’s Coffee production. This is at least partly because of the sheer size of the country and, as a result, the large Coffee industry it nurtures.
  • The history of Brazillian Coffee began when French settlers introduced it to the northern state of Pará during the 18th century. Brazil became the world’s biggest Coffee exporter by the 1840s.
  • Most Brazillian Coffee plants grow at elevations of around 1,100 metres above sea level, which is significantly lower than neighbouring South American nations.
  • Harvesting tends to take place from May to September. At the end of each season, Brazil exports around 40-60 million bags of Coffee. This amounted to 2,595,000 tonnes in 2016 alone.

Our Brazillian Santos Coffee, in particular, has become immensely popular for blending  It is no real surprise, then, that it is one of our best-selling varieties.

What Variety of Coffee is Brazillian Santos Coffee?

Most Coffee produced in Brazil is Arabica. These beans are the product of the Coffea arabica species of the Coffee plant. They tend to be an older, more mature type of bean considered to be the highest calibre.

Brewed Arabica Coffee, regardless of the origin, provides a characteristically heavy aroma with smooth tastes. Such is the case with our Brazillian Santos Coffee.

Does This Coffee Contain Caffeine?

Beans from the Coffea plant naturally contain caffeine. Brazillian Santos Coffee, as a result, has, on average, around 100 to 150-mg of this stimulating chemical compound per 8-oz cup.