Buying green coffee bean from Brazil

Zamati

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Hi there;

I will open a green coffee bean roaster company in Turkey. I have a coffee roaster friend and i also can supply coffee roast machine in Turkey. And only green coffee bean left i havent finded. I have serached many web sites about which country coffee bean good enough for roasting and finaly i decided to buy it from Brazil. I think i can find good enough green coffee bean in there. But i coudunt finded enough green coffee bean exporter from Brazil. Could any one help me about finding some web sites or company about that?

Thank you mates.
 

ensoluna

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hello Zamati,
how are you? welcome!
thru this forum, i met Patrick Frade who is a green bean seller from Brazil !!!!!
we communicated many times via forum and also via emails, exchanging ideas and about green bean trade.
he told me that his family is in coffee business for 30 years.
please give him an email. he replies back promptly, so you will get his reply right away.
his email is patrickfrade@hotmail.com

thanks and good luck to you.
alex from Ensoluna
 
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Zamati

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Thank you so much Alex, I have sented an e-mail to him:)
 

chrisyx21

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Hi Zamati,

I don't know where to get the beans from but I've been recently tried the green coffee from Javataza coffee I bought online. It's really good and never tried green coffee so it was a new experience. I've read that they get there green coffee from El Salvador and some other place. If you want to check it out here's the info... Green Coffee

Hope this helps.
 

itsabean

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Chrisyx21- In case your post about green coffee was not in jest, it seems that someone needs to say something about this. I'm a newbie like you, but I have figured out that green coffee refers to unroasted coffee beans (that is, not yet roasted). I've not heard of anyone brewing green beans (if they can be brewed, that is). The link you included mentions green beans from several Central American countries allowing small roasters to roast a "perfect" batch, etc.
Green beans need to be roasted to be brewed and pulled into or poured into a cup!
 

PinkRose

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Chrisyx21- In case your post about green coffee was not in jest, it seems that someone needs to say something about this. I'm a newbie like you, but I have figured out that green coffee refers to unroasted coffee beans (that is, not yet roasted). I've not heard of anyone brewing green beans (if they can be brewed, that is). The link you included mentions green beans from several Central American countries allowing small roasters to roast a "perfect" batch, etc.
Green beans need to be roasted to be brewed and pulled into or poured into a cup!

itsabean,

I was wondering the same thing when I read her post last night.

I'm still wondering.
 
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