Which is the best Brazilian coffee for us? We hugely highlight Central São Paulo, with that type of bolder and clearly defined beverage.
Fortunately, for the sake of diversion, some people, like me, dissent from that evaluation and classify as best Brazilian coffee products from other outstanding production regions in Brazil.
Some of us prefer stronger, yet not acid, coffees that are produced in the central-west region of São Paulo State, around Garça, the city where I live to the ones I just mentioned above.
Do neighboring feelings cloud my judgment? Well, could be. But I’m not a natural born citizen, and that should count for a bit of impartiality on my side.
Anyhow, people should not take only third party opinions on matters of taste. Taste is a very personal issue and should be tested and proven individually. Find out which is your Best Brazilian Coffee.
So, if you happen to get a hold of some of our best commercial Brazilian coffee brands, please try it. The worst thing that could happen is that you will find it a bit bold and maybe won’t want to choose it frequently, but I guarantee that you won’t think it as a bad choice of coffee either.
You may also come across some Brazilian gourmet coffee. Those, in my opinion, are the best coffee in the world. Those are a bit more expensive, but, for a greater number of people every day, completely worth it. Those that put quality above budget will find great satisfaction from gourmet Brazilian coffee.
In case you are wondering the difference between gourmet and commercial coffees, this article tries to explain it briefly.
Garça has been an important coffee center for the last 90 years and participated vigorously in the second coffee cycle in the 60’s and 70’s.
During those days, almost every plantable inch of ground around Garça, Bauru and Marília were covered with coffee. Garça was the zenith producer of these best great tasting Joes.
During the 80’s, Brazil suffered a major economic crisis, and Garça lost a significant part of its coffee fields. Nevertheless, the activity is still imperative to us and, since then, our economy has diversified.
That event helped, on the other hand, to improve the quality of the coffee produced in the region since only the best and most careful producers were the ones that stepped out from the shadows.
We have articles for different types of Brazilian Coffee. Commercial x Gourmet Coffee Definition is a great source of information, if you are interested.
Have you ever wondered how we began to drink coffee? Check out the article,
History of Coffee Timeline.
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