Pilao Brazilian Coffee: a great choice

If coffee is your thing, you ought to try Master Blenders’ Pilao Brazilian Coffee. Read this review about one of the best commercial brands in the world.

If you want to buy Brazilian coffee, you may want to read on.

Pilao Brazilian Coffee
One of the best commercial brands in Brazil, produced in Jundiai- SP, Pilao Brazilian Coffee is crafted in a factory that can handle a daily processing and production of about 20 trucks of raw grains.

Roughly 80% of Brazil’s coffee manufacture is of “the” high-class Arabica type, and is, by far, the largest in a single country worldwide, about 30%.
Brazilians place second in coffee consumption just after the Americans.

 

= Pilao, the Strong Coffee of Brazil =

Pronounced as something like:

PEE (shorter)
LA (as in LArge)
Um (as in hUmble, diminishing volume)

Pilao Brazilian Coffee’s blend is made from dark, slow roasted and superbly excellent ground grains that come from numerous outstanding Brazilian plantation areas.

Pilao is a Brazilian institution since 1753 and depicts the home-style Brazilian coffee way of consuming it.

Pilao Brazilian Coffee

It can be perfectly used with traditional methods of brewing, as well as espresso machines, depending only on the grinding.

The brand delivers an undecided taste and aroma swaying between fermented and fruit hints in its formula.

Pilão, a Brazilian coffee preference, is a leader in its national market and the most widely, best-known brand in the country.

An agreement with Sara Lee Corporation in 1970 aided Pilao to become one of the top 5 Brazilian coffee trademarks of plain roasted grains (also minced) coffee in the Globe.

A fitted vacuum-sealed block opens a variety of sensations to us:

  • Very dark brown sugar texture (if ground)
  • Finely, or coarsely ground (depends on use)
  • A slight moist scent of licorice chocolate.
  • Inky mahogany brown color.
  • Very subtle sharp bitter taste

Brazilian grains are often used as a base for most espresso coffee blends since it is so rich and full of flavor.

It’s probably the best industry non-gourmet option.

Is it the perfect beverage? No.

Is it a great coffee? Absolutely!

Pilao is probably one of the best choices on supermarkets.

It is the coffee I drink 24/7.

(read the review)

We have articles on Commercial and Gourmet Brazilian coffees.

 

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7 thoughts on “Pilao Brazilian Coffee: a great choice

  • 2016-04-13 at 3:41 pm
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    You know I am coffee addicted, and I do not need much persuasion, so you may be sure I am going to try this if I can find it in the supermarket. Just today I bought a package of Ethiopian coffee and I remember I saw a package of Brazilian, but do not remember details. I followed the link and see in your another text that this is sold on Amazon. So does this mean it is not available in supermarkets? I am in EU. Thank you.

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    • 2016-04-14 at 9:36 am
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      Hello, Jovo,

      Thank you for stopping by. What I know is that some supermarkets have Brazilian mojo in the imported products section, but I could not tell in your area. You might be able to find more accurate local information on the internet, tho. It is a great idea for zillions of local Brazilian coffee dealers posts tho. I will research the possibility of that. You gave me a great idea, thanks.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-04-16 at 3:38 pm
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    Nice education on the Pilao coffee. I have had several varieties of coffee from Brazil but I have not yet tried this one. My favorite coffee beans are the ones that are dark roasted. I guess the Pilao must be good if it has been around so long so I am going to order some today. What other Brazilian coffees are your favorites?

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    • 2016-04-18 at 5:21 am
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      Hello, Scott,

      Thank you for stopping by and your remarks.

      On a regular basis, I drink 3 type from 2 different brands of Brazilian Brewtus, almost every day. Commercial Pilao coffee for my all day around brewing.

      I also drink 1 or 2 Nespresso coffee pods. Usually, a Dulsao do Brasil, if just a demitasse, or Roma, if I’m going “dopio”. 🙂

      Other everyday commercial brands and specialty coffees you may like are Cafe Caboclo, Cafe Melitta, Cafe do Ponto (reviews coming).

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-26 at 3:48 pm
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    I tasted this coffee about 10 years ago on trip to Rio, while visiting some friends. I loved it! I didn’t know you could buy it here. That’s great news!

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    • 2016-09-28 at 3:15 pm
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      Hello, Plotah,

      Thanks for sharing your experience. Cheers!

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  • 2017-02-03 at 11:30 pm
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    I use Pilao Tradicional (ground) with Brikka, at home and at work. It is a great coffee. I think I will always keep it in my inventory. Recently I tried Pilao Nobre (ground) with Brikka but it does not produce good cream like Pilao Tradicional and I did not like its taste after Pilao Tradicional.

    I am expecting Pilao Espresso (beans) along with Cafe do Ponto Exportaçao (ground) next week. I can share my experiences within several weeks. I live in Istanbul.

    So far I tried Cafe 1820 (beans and ground) and Cafe Britt Tarrazu (beans and ground) with Brikka.

    Cheers!

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    • 2017-02-04 at 2:26 pm
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      Hello, Ozcan,

      It’s such a great honor to have a coffee lover from such a coffee-traditional place, as Istambul, comment on our website. It surely elevates our responsibility to higher standards. Thanks for sharing your impressions and, please, feel free to come back anytime with new information about Brazilian, and other, coffees, as well as anything else regarding the wonderful habit of coffee making and drinking. Cheers!

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