A Fine Brazilian Coffee Drink Recipe

I created this Brazilian coffee drink recipe because I wanted something that would remind me of tropical fruits from Brazil. Check it out!

My country has the vast array of natural fruits and herbs that can be mixed up, for a great variety of healthy foods and nutritious beverages.

I hope that this drink can help you immerse yourself the tropical mysteries of a different cup of coffee drink.

I have always felt the fruity extracts and herbs would bring an elegant and tasteful fantasy disguise to our always loved coffee brew.

Any commercial or gourmet Brazilian coffee is fine for this.

The first time I made this drink to guests, they went wild. You can play around with the amounts of extracts and spices as you wish, but don’t go on killing the old neighbor lady with it, ok?


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2 thoughts on “A Fine Brazilian Coffee Drink Recipe

  • 2016-07-26 at 3:37 pm

    Sweet recipe, I am big fan of coffee myself, but never really heard of Brazilian Coffee to be honest, question I have for you is caffeine wise, what would you compare this to? Is it too much caffeine? Little? Normal?

    If I drink this at 6:00 PM am I not going to sleep for 10 hours?

    • 2016-07-28 at 6:35 pm

      Hello, there,

      The most significant difference in caffeine that you will find is not related to the place they are grown, but to type. Arabica coffee has less caffeine, Robusta (which is used in instant coffee) has more. Many blends have different ratios of both, and all have at least one of them, as far as I know.

      Roast also plays a role here. The darker the roast, the less caffeine you will find in the coffee.

      I have never heard, or at least can’t remember now, of other significant influence factors regarding caffeine.

      Thanks for sharing your impressions.



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