On Friday, the Hongqiao Import Exhibition and Trade Center will host events to promote and raise awareness of Brazil’s high-quality coffees in conjunction with the 4th Brazil Coffee Nation Day.
Coffee is inextricably linked to Brazilian history. The plant, which originated in Ethiopia, was introduced to Brazil in the early 18th century by French settlers who established the state of Pará.
Brazil was the world’s largest producer and exporter of coffee by the late nineteenth century. Brazil produces roughly a third of the world’s coffee. As a result, Brazil is dubbed the “coffee nation.”
Additionally, this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Brazil Specialty Coffee Association, a non-profit organisation founded to raise standards and increase the value of Brazilian coffee production and marketing. Brazil’s speciality coffees cater to a wide variety of palates.
Brazil Coffee Nation Day is a time to commemorate the country’s coffee culture.
On-site barista classes will be provided for free.
China’s coffee culture has grown at a breakneck pace in recent years. Chinese consumers are becoming more sophisticated and demanding. It is critical not only to know how the coffee is made, but also to know where it is grown. Brazil is prepared to supply a diverse range of excellent coffees to Chinese consumers due to its ideal natural conditions and a clean and sustainable environment.
On Friday, a “matchmaking” event will bring together Brazilian producers of high-quality coffee and potential Chinese buyers. Additionally, visitors are encouraged to participate in on-site activities such as speciality coffee tastings and barista classes.