Our Best Seller
One of our best selling single origin coffees is from Brazil. Caer Urfa roast a BSCA Espresso blend which reflects the quality and world wide appeal of the regions coffee.
Brazil is the largest producer of coffee in the world and controls more than 30% of the international production. This makes coffee one of the most important agribusiness commodities, maintaining steady and growing value in the stock market. The golden grain was responsible for 10.2% of the Brazilian exported commodities with around 10% of all the coffee exported is the Arabica type, followed by the Robusta variety with 5%.
The coffee industry is spread along 13 Brazilian states with the largest located in the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo, Bahia, Paraná and Goiás. It has been estimated that there are around 300 thousand coffee plantations in the country, spread in 1950 cities.However, influenced by the growing demand for the so-called special coffees, producers are currently investing in the production of a more elaborated variety, especially in the South of Brazil, where the weather is milder.
The Brazilian Coffee Industry Association was created in 1973 and represents the most important regulatory institution of the coffee industry. Its operations integrate industries, retail and consumption units facilitating not only quality but quantity. The institution counts with several programs focusing on the purity, quality of Brazilian coffee and, more recently, the sustainability in the coffee fields. Internationally, the largest coffee buyers of the Brazilian blend are: Germany, United States, Italy, Japan and Belgium (in ascending order).