When we talk about Brazil, the symbolic things that comes into our mind are football, Samba dance and carnival. But for the coffee lovers, the most attractive thing is coffee.
There are 27 states in Brazil, almost 17 of them are growing coffee beans, centering on the Southeast area Paraná, São Paulo, Minas Geras, Espírito Santo. The growing areas in these four states are totally about 22 million hectares, taking up 98% of the whole production amount. In the early 20th century, the coffee production in Brazil accounts for 30%-35% in the total amount of the world. Brazil is the hugest country of coffee production and export, which makes it obtain the title of "coffee giant", "coffee monarch". But locating in tropical zone and subtropical zone, what superior geographic and climate conditions make it produce a large amount of coffee? How is the coffee culture in Brazil?
A kind of well-known Brazilian coffee called Santos coffee owns smooth taste and rich aroma, the acid taste is low with slight sweetness. It can be used as single origin coffee or blended into other type of coffee to make blend coffee.
one way valve would like to tell you that the most tasty and high-quality coffee in Brazil is yellow bourbon coffee. As the name suggests, the coffee fruits of yellow bourbon coffee are yellow, a kind of unique coffee beans in Brazil, chiefly grown on the mountain of high altitude and Saquarema. Moreover, the low output makes it pretty precious in the world.