What are the main differences between Colombian and Brazilian coffee?

What are the main differences between Colombian and Brazilian coffee?

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  1. I have roasted coffees from both countries for several years. Brazilian coffee is usually milder with more bass notes. Colombian coffee is more fruity and lighter in flavor.
    In general, most coffee from Brazil is not known for being exotic / interesting. Colombian coffees can be quite exotic, and I generally find them much more interesting. I use Brazil as a component in my espresso blends, but rarely drink them as single origin coffees. I almost always enjoy Colombian as a single origin coffee.
    I have been lucky to roast a few very good coffees from Brazil. However, the vast majority of Brazilian coffees are purchased by the very large producers such as Green Mountain and Starbucks.

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  2. Cuban coffee and Colombian coffee are two of the most popular varieties of coffee in the world. They’re also two of the most similar, but there are some differences between the two that you might want to know about before making your next cup of coffee. Let’s take a look at what sets these two coffees apart from each other in this article .

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