Melitta Brazilian Coffee review

Melitta Brazilian Coffee reviewThis Melitta Brazilian coffee review will show a fantastic option for your everyday brewing; One of the best commercial brands worldwide.

No matter if you are starting the day… enjoying a post-lunch time off… having a nice coffee break at work… or enjoying a drink with a special company… Coffee is always an instrument of bringing people together.

It’s always time for a Brazilian Mojo, a sacred moment for every ordinary Brewster lover.

Enjoy the company of your family, friends or co-workers while savoring the best commercial coffee in the world.

Melitta is a company that keeps a lab for continuous experimentation to search for new blends that will deliver new and better tastes and aromas.

The company’s experts have brought us a very stimulating coffee with a taste that keeps in the mouth and memory for a good deal of pleasant time.

Melitta Traditional is a coffee that delivers a medium sweet and bitter taste,  a medium acidity, and a bold body, with notes of fruit and chocolate scents.

Just keep in mind that commercial Joe is not gourmet coffee. It is intended for the average drinker’s everyday brewing. A balance between price and good taste is what makes these types of coffee attractive for the common consumer.

I tasted Brazilian Melitta bean juice for the first time about 30 years ago and have always felt that it is a great coffee.

I would alternate that with Pilao more often if Melitta showed up more frequently on supermarket shelves here in my town.


 

4 thoughts on “Melitta Brazilian Coffee review

  • 2016-06-11 at 12:22 am
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    Great post sir, keep up the extraordinary work, I can not even believe the work put in to this. It is very helpful how you included honest well written information within your post. Interesting article, I like how you broke up the content to avoid long paragraphs. Thoroughly written facts

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    • 2016-06-12 at 10:51 am
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      Hello, there,

      Thank you so much for your kind support.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-03 at 7:48 pm
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    I see that this is ground coffee. I actually prefer whole beans so we can grind them fresh as needed. Do they only have the one product? Or are there others blends? i am not looking for gourmet blends, but I do like coffee from different countries for more variety. Although I just noticed that your website is named brazilcoffeefacts. Is there a reason that you prefer Brazilian coffee to coffee from other countries?

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    • 2016-09-07 at 8:37 pm
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      Hello, Sue,

      Besides the fact that I’m Brazilian and totally parochial? hahaha. Just kidding.

      Well, it is true that the website is oriented like that because of my nationality. It is also true that I think Brazilian coffee can be the best, depending on what type, or brand, you buy. Also, I believe that our coffee is very badly marketed to the general public outside Brazil.

      Something I always tell people here is: “Don’t take just my word for it. Experiment a bit. Buy a pack and try it. And, please, come back to leave your opinion about the product.”

      Try reading these articles:

      Commercial x Gourmet Coffee Definition

      The Best Coffee Beans

      Brazil Coffee Regions

      Best Coffee at Amazon from Brazil (this one is about gourmet coffee, but may surprise you)

      Thanks for sharing, and cheers!

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