Coffee is considered one of the most expensive beverages in the world.

So how does it compare to coffee in other countries?

The answer is not so much how much you drink, but how much coffee you buy.

While you might buy a cup of java at the store, in Brazil it’s a different story.

In a country that’s home to the world’s largest coffee growing region, coffee consumption is almost unheard of.

And unlike in the United States, where people enjoy a lot of coffee, in Brasil, people usually order a cup for a friend or loved one.

But how do you get the most bang for your buck?

The top five coffee growing regions in Brazil. 1.

Maranhão (Brazil) The state of Maranhao, which is just north of Rio de Janeiro, is known for its coffee culture.

In fact, the region has a reputation for being one of Brazil’s best coffee growing areas.

The region has about 8,000 hectares of land, which includes a number of small farms and plantations.

There are also a number.

But because of its climate, the climate in Maranha is more humid than in most other areas of the country.

2.

Minas Gerais (Brazil and Uruguay) The second-largest coffee producing region in Brazil, Minas-Gerais is home to two of the largest coffee producing regions in the country, Minastra and Minas Amigas.

The area is also home to a number large farms and coffee plantations.

3.

Para-La Renta (Brazil, Uruguay, Peru and Chile) The capital of Minas, Para La Renta, is home in the north of the province.

Located about 60 kilometers (40 miles) from the capital, it’s the country’s second-busiest city, with about a quarter of a million residents.

The city also has a large number of coffee farms, with more than 30,000 producing beans.

The largest is the Para da Tocantins, a coffee farm that has been producing beans for nearly 50 years.

4.

Rio de Estoril (Brazilia) Rio de estoril, also known as Rio de Bolsa, is a large city in the northern part of the state of Minis.

The main square is known as the ‘Rio de Esto’, and it is located in the centre of the city.

Rio estorils largest coffee farm is the La Rocha farm.

5.

Rio Grande do Norte (Brazilian) Rio Grande does Norte, or Rio Grande Valley, is the countrys second-most populous city.

It is the capital of the northeastern state of Rio Grande and the second-biggest city in Brazil with more people than any other city.

The state is home, in some parts, to a large urban population of around 10 million people.

The majority of residents live in the south of the region, and the city is home mainly to large businesses such as coffee farms.