Delta Roasted Ground Coffee, Brazil

With Delta Roasted Ground Coffee, Brazil is strongly well represented in the espresso gourmet coffee category. Dive in for a great Brewster!

Delta Roasted Ground Coffee, Brazil Book Cover Delta Roasted Ground Coffee, Brazil
BRAZIL ORIGENS
Delta Coffee, Portugal
Brazil
Blend of the finest Brazilian coffee types
Best coffee roasted in Portugal
At an average of $18 per pound, this coffee is a bit pricy.
Delta is a market leader in Portugal
Great for quality lovers!
Universal Medium roast
sweet
medium
high
fruity
around $17 to $19 per pound
$0.30
$0.35


 

Imported from the best origins in Brazil, this brand is one of the best available coffees roasted in Portugal!

Extremely competent in the coffee market, Delta Café is a Portugal market leader with a strong customer loyalty.

Delta is brand with a human face.

The product comes in a special package designed to maintain all the coffee properties of smell and taste for your full appreciation.

This coffee delivers a sweet taste, medium body, high acidity and a fruity aroma.

The coffee is ground using a Universal Standard that will fit most types of brewing methods like machine, bag, pot or mocha.

This coffee, Brazil Origins, is light and fully flavored since it is a blend of the best coffees from Brazil.

An aromatic and tropical combination, produced from the most elegant beans of the Brazilian coffee origins, results in an excellent and mellow coffee, sparkling by the sweet and fruity perfume of Brazilian hot mojo.


 

6 thoughts on “Delta Roasted Ground Coffee, Brazil

  • 2016-09-14 at 4:53 pm
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    Since this is a blend of Brazilian coffees, do you know if the origin of the coffees used by Delta are from Fair-trade or other sustainable sources?
    I don’t mind paying a higher price tag for great coffee but I do like to know that the growers are being taken care of! 🙂

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    • 2016-09-18 at 12:19 pm
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      Hello, Clare,

      That information is not explicitly available, but they do say that it is “a coffee with a human face”. Nevertheless, I can provide you with Brazilian information about such important concern. Most Brazilian producers are subject to coffee market variations. That is true, but I can certify to you, that

      the huge majority of producers in Brazil are steady and not being exploited by anyone and do not exploit their employees either.

      There are some cases here and there of farmers that don’t run their business properly though, but it is rare.

      Thanks for sharing your concern. Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-14 at 5:12 pm
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    I’m Canadian so I love coffee and this site represents some very good coffee offerings and unique recipes. Your use of Amazon and its coffee related products is very well done. For sure when I want coffee from Brazil I now know where to go. I love the free wallpaper idea and I am wondering if you are the guy on picture? Overall I found this website very easy to look at and I found the recipe idea intriguing enough to want to try some. I am bookmarking this site for future use. Thanks.

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    • 2016-09-18 at 12:47 pm
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      Hello, Dennis,

      Yes, if you are referring to this picture, it is me. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your support. Cheers!

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  • 2017-05-01 at 4:08 pm
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    Hi C Netto Jr,

    Great review on the Delta Roasted Ground Coffee! I have never heard of it. I got very curious to try it out. Is it a commercial or gourmet brand? Do you know where I can buy it in Brazil? My favorite brand for a commercial coffee here is Pilão, which, if I can remember well, you have already written an article about, right?

    All the best.

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    • 2017-05-01 at 8:31 pm
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      Hello, Bruno,

      Delta coffee is from Portugal. I haven’t tried it anywhere else besides there. I don’t know of any place that sells it in Brazil. Thanks for the kind words. Cheers!

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