Dark Brazilian Santos Coffee Beans
Dark Brazilian Santos coffee beans are a great choice. This review is about a smooth and tasty great coffee. Santos is a label of quality.
Originally a Bourbon blend, which is a variety of the Arabica type, Santos is considered one of the finest coffees types one can savor in the world.
The Santos labeling was created in the 20th century by the extinct Brazilian Coffee Institute that used control their production.
Santos types were the ones exported from the port of Santos and also had a numeric gradation.
Coffee Bean Direct imports the grains directly from companies in Brazil and roasts the fresh grains just a bit before packaging and posting it to the customer or redistribution dealer.
Dark Brazilian Santos’ roast is between French and Italian, it has a balanced body and acidity is between low and medium.
Even though the intensity is dark, the roasting process has a moderate and steady flow to deliver a definite thick and even taste.
This is done to guarantee that the roasting will deliver a coffee with characteristics that will last fresh for prolonged periods.
I have tried it with many types of brewing and it works fine; from lighter styles like Americano, or Carioca, to stronger brews like Espresso, or strong Brazilian Pour Over.
Packages are designed and closed to ensure the customer gets the maximum of freshness, great smell and taste possible.
Being a strong coffee, it can either be drunk pure or, if you like experimenting, even blended with some other option.
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User Review( votes)
Coffee Bean Direct
A smoothness usually only found in lighter options.
Pay attention to roasting dates. No eligible to ship outside the US.
Great taste/cost ratio.
Suits people that are coffee aware and up.
cinnamon, dark chocolate, and dried cherry
12 thoughts on “Dark Brazilian Santos Coffee Beans”
I am a big coffee connoisseur so I love learning about new coffee products. I had never heard of Brazilian Santos coffee before. I’ve had coffee from Panama, while in Panama, and that was definitely some of the best coffee I’d ever had. I’d imagine that coffee beans from Columbia and Brazil would be just as good if not better. Your review definitely peaked my curiosity. Thanks for enlightening us coffee enthusiasts!
Thank you for your kind remarks. I hope you try it and then come back to share you experience with us. I don’t want to look tendentious, but…. aham…. (checks one side, the other and whispers in a very low voice) … Brazilian is better! 😛
I really enjoyed the reading of the article, it was very interesting!
To be honest, I am not a big fan of black coffee, but my husband loves it and he has to have his cup of coffee every morning:) I will show him this great post, I am sure he will love the idea of trying this dark Brazilian Santos coffee been!
Thank you very much for this excellent blog:)
Thank you very much for your kind words and input. I hope he likes the website.
Very good and interesting article about Santos Coffee! I have tried it from another brand and it’s wonderful. Will you be posting more articles about coffee brands?
Thank you for your kind remark. I will be posting more about coffee types and brands, yes. But maybe, if you haven’t yet, you would be interested in this post about Pilao Coffee.
hi, really got me curious about tasting your recommended coffee, you know I live in Ecuador and because of work I had to travel to Fortaleza n Brasil, and they had a nice habit of drinking coffee in the afternoon and it tasted really good, never knew the brand, I will look for the opportunity to give your recommendation a try.
thanks for writting
This coffee is probably much better than the one you tasted in Fortaleza, if you had it on the streets. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for sharing your experience. Cheers!
Great review on the Dark Brazilian Santos Coffee Beans.
As a big coffee drinker I am always keen to try new different types of coffee from all different parts of the world.
I have heard that some of the best coffee comes from both Brazil and Colombia.
These coffee beans have got me curious and willing to try this unique style.
I appreciate the information you have provided.
We coffee lovers should always try as many types of coffee as possible. From everywhere. The world provides us the opportunity of experiencing so many flavors, aromas and sensations… Go for them! Brazilian coffee is a large slice of the market. You will be pleased with it, I’m sure.
Thanks for sharing your impressions. Cheers!
Hello read your article and it very nice and very informative. I love my cuppa and have never tried Brazillian coffee. From what you wrote, it is strong, but can be mixed with other brands. If it was mixed with another coffee will it take away the taste and fragrance? Overall very good site.
Home blending should be done carefully. Try very small batches until you find a combination you like. You are right. If you mix a coffee that has more taste and fragrance with something that you consider duller, you will find the result less fulfilling than the first, yet, better than the second. Thanks for sharing and the words of support. Cheers!