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Brazil- Premium Coffee

straight from the roaster...

We import our 100% Arabica, raw coffee beans from the most biologically diverse savannah in the world- the Cerrado Region of Brazil. This region, specifically the growing region of Minas Gerais, is known for cultivating specialty coffee beans.

While over two-thirds of the coffee grown throughout the world is arabica, this does not mean that all arabica beans are equal in quality. The soil quality, the elevation and the dependable weather seasons of the Cerrado Region make it the perfect region for cultivating coffee beans that are superb, low in acidity and exceptionally smooth!

Our coffee is single-origin, which means it is not blended with any robusta beans or other filler.

When looking for an excellent cup of coffee, opt for beans that are selected for being top-notch. Iron Brew Coffee has done that for you.

The Cerrado Region in Brazil "Say-hah-doe"

Iron Brew Coffee uses 100% Arabica beans from the Cerrado region in Brazil. This region, nestled in Brazil's central highlands, is known as the richest savannah in the world. The Cerrado covers approximately 21% of the country's land (3x the size of Texas!). 

For years, this region has produced some of the finest coffee beans in the world- rich, smooth, low in acidity and aromatic.

Iron Brew Coffee imports these single-origin beans- roasts, flavors, packages the coffee in Blythewood, SC, and offers you an excellent award-winning cup of gourmet coffee!

               Cafe do Cerrado Brasil   Coffee Farmland in Brazil   Coffee Farmland in Brazil   
               In the first stages of growth, the coffee tree produces small, white flowers.     These flowers begin to turn into coffee cherries, starting out green.    The green skin then turns to yellow as it matures.    
               The skin of the coffee bean cherry then turns to a bright red.    Coffee plants are watered with irrigation.    After the coffee cherries are ripe, picked and cleaned, they are spread out on a canvas to dry naturally under the sun.  
               Coffee beans dry naturally under the sun.    The farmers in Brazil package the raw coffee beans in burlap sacks.    Each burlap bag contains about 132lbs of premium, raw coffee beans!