Mountains and coffee in Brazil

 The Brazil Santos Coffee Culture

Coffee's popularity in Brazil reaches all ages and demographics. One of the most popular drinks of the country is Café com Leite, which is a strong coffee blended with a large amount of milk. This drink is usually served at breakfast to adults and children alike. Another popular Brazilian drink is the cafezinho, made with a strong coffee blend similar to that used in café com leite and a large portion of sugar.

Brazil produces about a third of the world's coffee, making the country by far the world's largest producer. Coffee plantations, covering some 27,000 km2 (10,000 sq mi), are mainly located in the southeastern states of Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Paraná where the environment and climate provide ideal growing conditions. (Wikipedia: (

Our Brazil Santos coffee is a smooth cup with cocoa notes.


Cup of Brazilian cafezinho

In Brazil, coffee is traditionally consumed multiple times a day. The day often starts with a 'cafezinho', a small, strong black coffee usually sweetened to taste. It is not just a morning ritual but a gesture of hospitality, frequently offered to guests upon entering a home or establishment.

Cafezinho Recipe for 2:

Cafezinho is a popular traditional breakfast coffee found in nearly any café in Brazil. It is very sweet and served very hot in small espresso or demitasse cups.

  1. Bring 4 cups of water to a boil in a saucepan and add one tablespoon of brown sugar.

  2. Add 4 tablespoons of Espresso Grind Brazil Santos, cover, and remove from heat immediately. Resist stirring until steeped about five minutes.

  3. Serve by filtering through a cloth filter (preferable), or paper/gold filter, directly into espresso or demitasse cups.

  4. You may also try flavor additions, such as cream or milk, honey, caramel, or cocoa. Have fun with it! It’s meant to be enjoyed!