Export Arabica Coffee from Brazil
Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producer and exporter of Arabica Coffee. As a Coffee Roaster or Importer of Coffee beans, you require the best and top quality Coffee beans at competitive pricing. Shipfrombrazil.com works with local Brazilian Producers, Farms and Cooperativas in Southern Region of Minas Gerais for our Specialty Green Coffee. While our Rio Minas & Robusta coffee grown and procured from from Zona de Mata area of Minas Gerais, and Espirito Santos.
• RIO-MINAS ARABICA COMMON COFFEE
• SPECIALTY ARABICA COFFEE
• ROBUSTA COFFEE
SUL DE MINAS
The Sul de Minas is a traditional coffee powerhouse, where generations of small coffee farmers have cultivated hills with an altitude of 700m to 1200m. The main varieties of arabica grown here are Mundo Novo and Catuai, although several other arabica varieties can also be seen. The Sul de Minas is a strong producer of Group I sun-dried coffees. The strong presence of many cooperatives
and exporters in the region means that the commercialization of Sul de Minas coffees is a smooth and reliable affair throughout the whole
Purchase Cities: Varginha, Tres Pontas, Carmo do Minas, Boa Esperanca, Machado.
ZONA DA MATA
The Zona da Mata, in the east of Minas Gerais, is a region with steep topography between 550m and 1200m, which means all harvesting and husbandry is done manually. Almost 50% of the coffee area here belongs to small farms below 10 hectares, compared to a 30% level in the Sul de Minas. Traditionally, because of a moist harvest climate, the Zona da Mata has been the biggest supplier of Group II coffee.
Purchase Cities: Mutum, Durandé, Manhuaçu, Ipanema, Manhumirim, Espera Feliz
Brazil’s second biggest coffee state produces almost 80% of the country’s conillon (robusta), mostly in the center north. In the south, arabica is grown, and Espirito Santo farmers have developed some very interesting washed arabicas on altitudes of up to 1200m
Purchase Cities: Brejetuba, Iúna, Ibatiba, Irupi
NY 2/3, Screen 17/18, Fine cup
NY 2/3, Screen 14/16, Fine cup
NY 2/3, Screen 17/18, Good cup
NY 3/4, Screen 14/16, Good cup
Grinders 1, NY 5/6, 13up, Good cup
Grinders 2, NY 5/6, 12up, Good cup
Rio Minas 17/18 Standard
Rio Minas 15/16 Standard
Rio Minas 17/18 Good Cup
Rio Minas 15/16 Good Cup
Rio Minas 17/18 Fine Cup
Rio Minas 15/16 Fine Cup
Robusta (Conilon) 13 up *
Robusta (Conilon )12 up
ALL COFFEE ARE 2016/2017 CROP HARVEST
Shipfrombrazil.com is a registered Limitada and Exporting Company in Brazil that specializes in the exportation of Brazilian Arabica Coffee from the states of Minas GeraiS and Espirito Santos. With our office located in Rio de Janiero, we are a stone throw away from the main growing areas of coffee in Brazil. Our Partnership with Brazilian coffee growers, distributors and Cooperativas in Minas Gerais and Espirito Santos allows us to provide top quality Arabica and Robusta Coffee at competitive rates. We can purchase at domestic market prices in Brazil for exportation to our foreign clients.
Shipfrombrazil.com performs all logistics from the Farm, to the Port of Santos, SP or Vitoria,ES, payment and export process from Brazil.
DRYING PROCESS OF OUR COFFEE
This is the process Brazil is famous for, and most of its arabica is dried in this way. Brazil’s long dry winter harvests are the perfect climate for it. Coffee cherries are laid out in the sun on patios until the cherry turns hard and black. Later the blackened husk is then cracked off in hulling machines, leaving the green bean with some silver skin. Natural arabica is characterized by high sweetness, a clean cup and full body, and low acidity.
SEMI WASHED PROCESS
This method has been present in Brazil for decades. It is adopted by producers across Minas Gerais, sometimes just to speed up the drying process, but also to improve quality in humid regions such as the Zona da Mata, or simply to take advantage of the premium these coffees fetch. The cherry skin is removed by machine, either leaving the mucilage on the bean to dry, to later be hulled, or then rubbing off the mucilage by another machine. Semi-washed coffees are characterized by sweetness, delicate
acidity but light body.
BRAZILIAN COFFEE CLASSIFICATIONS
Strictly speaking, grade indicators are used to describe the size of the bean and are commonly expressed in 1/64 of inch. E.g. beans of grade 18 will pass through screen 18 (holes with a diameter of 18/64″), but are retained by screen 16/17. The theory
behind classification based on bean size is that coffees of the highest altitudes are more dense and larger in size than those produced at lower altitudes. Similarly, coffees develop more slowly at higher altitudes and often have the best flavor profiles.
The size and size distribution of beans also has an impact on optimization of roasting conditions.
Brazilian coffee is then further classified according to the cup. The regional origin will have given the coffee particular acidity (or lack of), body and flavours. Furthermore, the process used from cherry to green bean will add its own stamp to the coffee taste.
Group I natural arabicas are labeled either fine cup or good cup, with the former being soft (‘mole’), sweet, clean and even, and latter being hard (‘duro’)
in the cup and perhaps more uneven.
Group II natural arabicas can be described as one of the following; ‘riado’ (sometimes translated as rioy) which means a slight iodine taste, and ‘rio’, a stronger iodine/medicinal taste
For the export market, there are some standard types on any Brazilian offer list, for example: ‘NY 2/3 strictly soft fine cup’ which would be sun-dried
arabica, type 2/3 according to the Green Coffee Association of New York’s allowance of defects (slightly different to the COB), mtgb or ‘medium-to-good bean’ ie of screen 14/16 size, mild and
sweet-cupping, with fine cup clean and even taste.
Our Pricing is based on the BM&G Commodity Market in Brazil. Please contact us for the latest pricing for our Coffee Arabica & Robusta Beans.
We provide pricing with the following INCOTERMS:
1. FOB to Port of Santos, Sao Paulo and Port of Vitoria, Espirito Santos.
2. Minimum Quanity is 20′ Container or 40′ Container.
20′ CONTAINER – 320 JUTE BAGS (60KG). 19.2 MT TOTAL
40′ CONTAINER – 450 JUTE BAGS (60KG). 27 MT TOTAL
We can provide CIF & CFR Shipping Prices, if requested by Client. Shipfrombrazil.com Ocean Freight is performed by YOUGO Logistics and SDM Logistics in Brazil. Client can procure Ocean freight costs from their own 3rd Party Agent also.
TYPED OF QUOTE PROVIDED
SPOT PRICE – Price per 60kg Sack or Ton based on current market price & ready for Immediate Shipment.
CONTRACT PRICE – Price for long term contract of 12 months Minimum. Quote is based on current market price with formula provided in Terms & Conditions for adjusting Price per Ton based on Market Price Shift.
Our Payment Terms for Purchasing Coffee Arabica & Robusta are very simple.
30% DEPOSIT & 70% FINAL PAYMENT WITH SUBMISSION OF COPY OF B/L AND CERTIFICATES.
30% DEPOSIT & 70% FINAL PAYMENT BEFORE SHIPMENT TO THE PORT OF DEPARTURE. (ADDITIONAL PRICE REDUCTION PROVIDED WITH THIS PAYMENT
COMING SOON: TRANSFERABLE LETTER OF CREDIT & CAD PAYMENT TERMS.
We not only request but we INSIST that every potential Buyer of our Café Arabica Beans receives a free sample to analyze and test our high quality beans in order for you to be confident in your purchase.
Sample Size: 350 – 500 Grams in nylon plastic bag (Free)
Buyers are responsible for International Shipping Cost of the samples. Shipfrombrazil.com can provide a quote for Shipment via UPS, DHL or Brazilian SEDEX. Samples are Shipped out 2-3 business days after request.
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