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Brazil Santos Natural/TAYKURY COFFEE®

Brazil Santos Natural/TAYKURY COFFEE®

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Brazil Santos Natural - Exploring the Richness of Brazilian Coffee

Brazil Santos Natural coffee holds a significant position in the realm of specialty coffee, captivating the hearts of coffee enthusiasts worldwide. This single-origin coffee, with its unique characteristics and captivating flavor profile, takes coffee lovers on a journey through the picturesque landscapes of Brazil. In this article, we will delve into the origins, cultivation, processing methods, and distinct aspects of  coffee. So, grab your cup of Joe and let's embark on this caffeinated adventure.


Brazil Santos Natural is a variety of coffee known for its exceptional quality and distinct taste. It originates from the vast coffee plantations in Brazil, which have gained a reputation for producing some of the finest coffees in the world. Brazil is the largest coffee-producing country globally, and its rich coffee heritage dates back several centuries.


The story of Brazil Santos Natural coffee begins in the 18th century when coffee was first introduced to the Brazilian soil. The country's favorable climate, fertile soil, and vast landmass proved to be the perfect conditions for coffee cultivation. Over time, Brazil's coffee industry flourished, and it became synonymous with high-quality coffee.

Characteristics and flavor profile 

Coffee exhibits distinct characteristics that set it apart from other varieties. It is renowned for its medium body, smooth mouthfeel, and low acidity. The flavor profile often showcases notes of chocolate, nuts, and caramel, with subtle hints of fruitiness. These flavors combine harmoniously, creating a cup of coffee that is indulgent and satisfying.

Cultivation and processing methods

4.1 Growing regions in Brazil

Brazil's vast coffee plantations are spread across different regions, each offering a unique terroir that influences the coffee's taste. Some notable growing regions include Minas Gerais, São Paulo, and Espírito Santo. These regions benefit from a combination of altitude, rainfall, and temperature, creating an ideal environment for coffee cultivation.

4.2 Harvesting and drying process

The harvesting of Brazil Santos Natural coffee typically occurs between May and September. Skilled coffee pickers selectively handpick the ripe coffee cherries, ensuring only the highest quality beans make it to further processing. The cher

: Natural

Roast: Medium

Tasting Profile: Elegant, smooth cup with cocoa notes.

Grower: Fazenda Santa Barbara, Sao Francisco, Santo Antonio

Variety: Catuai and Mundo Novo

Region: Parana and Sao Paulo Brazil

Altitude: 750-1050 M

Soil Type: Volcanic Loam

Process: Pulped natural and dried in the Sun

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At TAYKURY COFFEE we are amongst the best at using the finest specialty coffees, paying the utmost attention to roasting to get the most out of each one. We work artisanally, preserving all its qualities and respecting the entire process to be able to offer you coffees of genuine origin, organic coffees as well as blended coffees.