| 29 mins

Episode 6: Spotlight on Brazil

Jeffrey Young is joined by coffee specialists from Brazil to dive into the country’s globally important and fast-changing coffee drinking market. We’ll explore what types of coffee Brazilians are drinking, the major trends on supermarket shelves, changes in the roasting market and much more.

Marco Suplicy, founder of Suplicy Cafés shares how the quality of coffee Brazilian’s are drinking is changing and where the competition is heating up on supermarket shelves.  

Henrique Cambraia, founder of Cambraia Cafés leads us through the history of Brazil’s specialty coffee movement from 2000 onwards.

Caio Alonso Fontes, co-founder of Café Editora offers insight into Brazils current coffee drinking trends and the growth of specialty coffee.

Credits music: "Kill My Heart" by Kate Klein for the Coffee Music Project


Caio Alonso Fontes

Caio Alonso Fontes

Co-founder of Café Editora

Caio Alonso Fontes is the co-founder of Café Editora and Espresso Magazine – a publishing house, e-commerce platform and major events organiser in Brazil. Fontes’ company will be hosting the first-ever São Paulo Coffee Festival taking place in June 2021.
Marco Suplicy

Marco Suplicy

Founder, Suplicy Cafés

Marco Suplicy has been working in the Brazilian coffee industry for over 20 years, from managing a 600 acre coffee farm to launching his own company, Suplicy Cafés - a pioneering specialty coffee roaster and the largest specialty café chain in Brazil - in 2003.
Henrique Cambraia

Henrique Cambraia

Founder of Cambraia Cafés

Henrique Cambraia is a fourth-generation coffee producer and Founder of craft coffee roaster, Cambraia Cafés. He is also Co-founder of Sancoffee, the first B-Corp Coffee Cooperative in Brazil, and current vice-president of the Brazil Specialty Coffee Association.
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