Our Brazilian Pilao Coffee Review

A pilao coffee review to help you find a great everyday coffee. Brazilian mojos are the best commercial and gourmet worldwide. Check it out!
Pilao Coffee Review


If are interested in  Brazilian product, you may want to read on.

This one is the brand I drink every day. It’s the most well known and sold commercial ground Brazilian coffee available in our country.
 What you can expect from Pilao:
  • Vacuum sealed 17.60 oz pack: no air, no light.
  • Pure freshness
  • very fine ground coffee.
  • light body
  • smooth taste
  • 100% harvested and blend in Brazil.
  • 100% roasted and ground in Brazil
  • gluten  free



Pilao Coffee is a generic Brazilian commercial brand. It is an excellent option for the average non-gourmet standards.

It is made of a blend of Arabica and Robusta types with an excellent flavor.

Pilao, “The Strong Coffee from Brazil”, conquered, across the years, demand leadership and prestige with home buyers. With distinction and excellence, Pilao developed

If you want more information about this product, you ought to refer to the starting page about Best Commercial Brazilian Coffee Brands, or Pilao Brazilian Coffee.

A chronicle of constant progression and commitment to the consumer.

Now, more than ever, Pilao is your best choice.


Please leave a comment about this Pilao Coffee Review.

Pilão Coffee
Master Blenders (roaster)
Master Blenders - Brazil
Most popular and traditional supermarket brand in Brazil
Arabica and Robusta
100 % Roast and ground coffee harvested and blend in Brazil
Commercial coffees are worse than gourmet.
Even supermarket coffees from Brazil may impress the average consumer.
Average consumer
Medium dark
1 kg bag


8 thoughts on “Our Brazilian Pilao Coffee Review

  • 2016-04-19 at 11:55 am

    Sounds really tempting. I usually have my own coffee brand. I like some better than others. For instance, I prefer Nescafe over Maxwell House’s coffee. Taster’s Choice is not bad either.

    I like to try out new stuff also and buy coffee online. That’s why this one, the Pilao Coffee brand, really picked my curiosity. It seems to be a really strong coffee, though. To what popular brand would you compare it.

    • 2016-04-20 at 2:38 pm

      Hello, Guy,

      Thanks for stopping by. If you want to have Brazilian mojo for your average every-day drinking, Pilao is a very popular and traditional commercial coffee brand here in Brazil that will let you stay on budget. I would have to say Folgers Brazilian coffee should be the most similar, but it doesn’t get very near. Newman’s Own Colombian K-Pod follows the same comparison. You should try it and then tell me what you think. Have a great sip!


  • 2016-10-22 at 2:16 pm

    I tried it for the first on a recent visit to the UK. Strong taste with very little after taste. I loved it and plan on making it my daily coffee now that I am home

    • 2016-10-26 at 9:16 am

      Hello, Gordon, Thanks for sharing your experience. Cheers!

  • 2017-03-08 at 6:08 pm


    I’m a Brazilian living in the United States for the past 30 years. I remember my mother making Pilao Coffee when I was a young kid. Café Pilão is a fantastic option for anybody’s every morning treat. I like it because it’s not expensive and the taste is amazing, especially the traditional option. I didn’t know that I could buy it from Amazon. What a great surprise! Thanks for this wonderful article. Before reading it, I was only able to buy Brazilian commercial coffee when friends came to visit. Best regards!

    • 2017-03-09 at 5:24 pm

      Olá, Mario!

      Bom ter ver por aqui. Thanks for topping buy, sharing your story and kind words. I suggest you take some time to read this article, 10 Best Gourmet Coffee Brands from Brazil, too. I’m sure you will be able to find great commercial coffee that you will like as a variation. Cheers!

  • 2017-03-08 at 6:10 pm

    I have always been on the lookout for the perfect cup of coffee. I do drink coffee, but more out of necessity than out of real enjoyment. There are some commercial brands I enjoy more than others, but I still can’t seem to truly enjoy a black cup of coffee (I need almond milk and honey in mine). I will have to give this a try to see if it is the right fit for me!

    • 2017-03-16 at 6:03 am

      Hello, Alison,

      I don’t that you need to drink coffee black to make it “legitimate” If adding almond milk and honey is your thing, just relax and enjoy it.

      That being said, I still suggest you try different blands as much as possible. After all, why not keep trying? Taste is something very personal and, if it doesn’t work for finding a coffee that you can drink black, at least you will find a lot of blends that will match your usual recipe in diferent and most satisfying ways. Cheers!


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