The Goliath of coffee

Brazil is a tropical country with favorable conditions for the cultivation of green Arabica coffee.

What you should know about Brazil as a coffee origin

  1. It is one of the five coffee origins that make up the Amazonian coffee geography.
  2. It has 36 coffee growing regions, each with its own differentiated cup profile.
  3. 70% of its production is of the arabica species and 30% of the robusta species.
  4. 2.79% of the cultivated land, 1,823,403 hectares, is planted with coffee trees.
  5. The most cultivated Arabica varieties are Mundo Novo and Catuaí.
  6. Brazil is a balanced contrast between latifundios and minifundios in the qualification of the size of coffee farms, one or the other reality depends on the state and orography where they are located.
Mano sosteniendo cerezas de café
Vistas a cosecha y cafeto
  1. Brazilian coffee has five protected designations of origin – PDOs: Matas de Rondônia, Mantiqueira de Minas, Cerrado Mineiro, Caparaó and Montanhas do Espírito Santo, and eight indications of origin -IP: Espírito Santo, Matas de Minas, Cerrado Mineiro, Campo das Vertentes, Alta Mogiana, Região de Pinhal, Oeste da Bahia and Norte Pioniero do Paraná.
  2. At Mare Terra Coffee we import and distribute the Terras and Constellations qualities of coffee produced in Brazil.
  3. It ranks first as a coffee producer worldwide
  4. The cultivation of coffee began in its territory at the beginning of the 18th century
  5. Harvest and export coffee throughout the year
  6. The traditional and most deeply rooted method for processing coffee is the so-called natural method.
  7. Most coffee plantations in Brazil are grown between 700 and 1,600 meters above sea level (meters above sea level).
  8. The standard size of green coffee bags in the country is 60 kilos, in Mare Terra Coffee we pack it, depending on the quality, 30 kg and 5 kg.
  9. The five main importing countries of Brazilian coffee are: Belgium, Japan, Italy, USA and Germany.


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Coffee Regions


Million Coffee Growers


Million Hectares with Coffee Trees

Knowledge and increasingly sustainable productions are the consequence of a variety of flavors in Brazilian coffee.

Coffee cultivation in Brazil

The Brazilian topography is formed by three geographical units: the Amazon River Basin, the Brazilian Massif and the Guiana Shield, which influence a heterogeneous coffee harvest.

Brazil is the most biodiverse country in the world with 6 ecosystems: The Amazon, The Atlantic Forest, The Caatinga, The Pantanal, The Pampa and the Cerrado, the latter being the ecosystem where the largest coffee production is obtained.

The soils where coffee is grown in Brazil have the particularity of not being volcanic, they are usually located in non-forested areas and on flat land. The soils are deep and very old.

Brazil, due to its geographical location, has two predominant climates: equatorial and tropical. The climate in the coffee-growing areas is warm, semi-humid and highly seasonal, with rainy summers and humid winters. Rainfall during the year is usually from November to March. In Brazil, the maximum daily temperature averages 29 degrees Celsius.

Caficultor trabajando la cosecha de cerezas de café

The Brazilian coffee economy began in the 18th century and since then has had a significant influence on society.

Brazil is the largest producer and exporter of coffee in the world, the main buyers being the United States, Europe and Japan, which makes Brazil the main supplier of coffee to the main economic powers. Apart from the economic importance of its production, Brazil is also the second largest consumer of coffee on the planet, which is why the magnitude of this beverage in the country is understandable.

  • Coffee accounts for 5.6% of Brazil’s total exports
  • Coffee’s contribution to Brazil’s agricultural GDP is 5%.
  • The average farm size per farmer ranges from 10 to 100 hectares.
  • The equity ratio in coffee production in Brazil is 8:2 (80% men and 20% women).
  • The average age of coffee growers is between 46 and 48 years old.

Coffee maps of Origin Brazil

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Zones and Departments

It is the 1st largest coffee producer in the world, coffee is grown in all its regions.

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