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  1. Jersey Shore Brazil Monte Carmelo

    Jersey Shore Brazil Monte Carmelo

    Enjoy this Brazil Monte Carmelo coffee from Brazil. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $13.50
  2. Guillermo's Brazil Santos

    Guillermo's Brazil Santos

    Enjoy this Brazilian Santos coffee from Brazil. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $14.95
  3. Blacksmith Brazil Extraordinarios

    Blacksmith Brazil Extraordinarios

    Enjoy this Brazil Extraordinarios coffee from Brazil. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $11.99
  4. LaRue Coffee Brazil Santos

    LaRue Coffee Brazil Santos

    Enjoy this Brazilian coffee from Brazil. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $9.99
  5. Red Barn Brazilian Cerrado

    Red Barn Brazilian Cerrado

    Enjoy this Brazilian Cerrado coffee from Brazil. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $11.25
  6. Jersey Shore Brazil Daterra Peaberry

    Jersey Shore Brazil Daterra Peaberry

    Roasted from Brazil Daterra Peaberry coffee beans. This Brazilian coffee is shipped directly to you and can be ground to your taste. 1 lb. or 5 lbs. bag
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    $17.99
  7. Jersey Shore Brazil Daterra Sweet Yellow

    Jersey Shore Brazil Daterra Sweet Yellow

    Roasted from Gourmet Brazil Daterra coffee beans. This Brazillan coffee is shipped directly to you and can be ground to your taste. 1 lb. or 5 lbs. bag
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    $16.99
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Brazilian coffee beans are often used in blends as the country focused on production and not developing a speciality crop. The government’s focus to develop Brazil as the world's largest coffee producer has been achieved and now there is move to create a significant presence as a specialty coffee grower with bean types of Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, and Mundo Novo. The variety of specialty Brazilian coffee beans has ben increasing over time as quotas disappeared and interest by coffee lovers to purchase specific estate beans.