Brazil

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Brazil
In a few years, we will celebrate 300 years of Brazilian coffee. For more than half of that time, Brazil has been the world’s largest coffee producer. The U.S. state of Maryland is not large enough to contain all the coffee plants in Brazil, even if every inch of the state was growing coffee. Over 300,000 coffee farms in 2,000 cities grow coffee in Brazil. The first coffee seed was planted in one of Portugal’s colonies not far from the Amazon river in 1727. A hundred years later, Brazil accounted for 30 percent of the world’s coffee supply. A hundred years after that, in the 1920’s, Brazil held a virtual monopoly, producing 80 percent of the world’s coffee.

13 Items

  1. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ PC14362#1
    296 BAGS Available Spot
  2. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ PC16474#1
    147 BAGS Available Spot
  3. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ PC16473#1
    137 BAGS Available Spot
  4. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ PC16477#1
    3 BAGS Available Spot
  5. Continental NJ P604288-2
    73 BAGS Available Spot
  6. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ P604288-4
    91 BAGS Available Spot
  7. Continental NJ P604288-3
    20 BAGS Available Spot
  8. Brazil Mogiana Eagle Nutty, chocolate, sweet
    Continental NJ P602847-1
    316 BAGS Available Spot
  9. Brazil Mogiana Eagle - Swiss Water Decaf Chocolate, molasses, praline
    Continental NJ PC17681DC#1
    292 BAGS Available Jul 2019
  10. Brazil Eagle Espresso Blend Cocoa, sweet, toffee
    Continental NJ P605028-1
    320 BAGS Available Aug 2019
  11. Brazil Fancy Natural 16/17 Cup notes available on arrival
    Continental NJ P605024-1
    320 BAGS Available Aug 2019
  12. Continental NJ P604514-1
    320 BAGS Available Dec 2019
  13. Continental NJ P604514-3
    320 BAGS Available Feb 2020

13 Items