Dark Brazilian Santos, Whole Bean Coffee, 5 Pound Bag

Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world, and offers beans to fit just about every taste. This dark roasted version of our Brazil Santos coffee brings a fuller, richer flavor to this low acid bean. Because of the inherent “softness” of this Brazilian bean, it proves to be our smoothest dark roast coffee.

Product Features

  • Coffee is roasted fresh immediately prior to packaging
  • Coffee beans are slow-roasted to bring out a fuller, more even flavor
  • Whole bean coffee stays fresher longer
  • Coffee beans are packaged to ensure optimal freshness
  • 100% Dark Brazilian coffee beans

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3 Responses to “Dark Brazilian Santos, Whole Bean Coffee, 5 Pound Bag”

  1. <path_to_url> AS Atwood

    Great coffee flavor. And very, very smooth It’s hard to describe flavor, isn’t it? I would compare the smoothness and body of this coffee to a Panama Boquete, but with a much more intense coffee flavor.When my order arrived today I immediately ground a sample and pulled a shot of espresso with my twenty year old Gaggia. Great crema on the first try. That tells me the beans are quite fresh.This is described as a dark roast. I’d describe it as something like “full city roast plus.” It’s dark…but not too dark. The beans are just to the point of releasing some oils, but not full on oily. The aroma upon opening the bag is great. And when grinding, that aroma just gets better.Regardless of crema, aroma and appearance, the proof is in the tasting and I can only say that this coffee gets very high marks. It is rich, low acid coffee with a great mouth feel and great coffee flavor. I think it’s well worth a try and personally I know that I’ll be ordering it again.

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  2. <path_to_url> John Colby

    Good deal, but consider freshness This is a great price for some good beans, and the awesome Amazon prime shipping is just icing on the cake. However, one important thing to consider: When you buy direct from the roaster’s website, the beans are roasted fresh and shipped within a day or two. When you buy from Amazon, though, the beans come from a stack of bags that have been sitting in an Amazon warehouse somewhere. The date code is printed on the bags, and mine was over 6 months old! Anyway, this roaster does make a great product, but I would recommend buying direct from their website. Prices are comparable, so the only downside is you’ll have to pay for shipping yourself.

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  3. <path_to_url> Tzar Igor "Tzar Igor"

    Good value Good beans for a fair price. Drinking coffee in large volumes precludes indulging in some of the finer roasts. Going this way one can indulge one’s coffee habit without breaking the bank or resorting to supermarket canned ground coffee.After finishing this bag of Brazilian Dark I will probably try a bag from another part of the world. Brazilian coffee is mild and smooth whereas I prefer a coffee with more of an edge.

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