Southland Merchants love great coffee. Our quality team works alongside Brazil´s finest farmers and producers, so that from earth to cup, the world´s best green coffee beans are available to you. We also looking for working in fair trade model, trying to get into the farmer and support them on the deals. This is the heart of our business, and our commitment and trading experience connects roasters and coffee lovers with quality goods across the globe. Whether it´s a specific acidity, body, blend or the necessary goods to create your own blend, we can help you!
Nadia and Andre were born and raised in Brazil. In 2003 they established their export company and got involved in the coffee industry building a close relationship with local producers. Realising their dream of living in Australia, with its flourishing coffee culture, great people and breathtaking landscapes, Nadia and Andre moved to Adelaide in 2017 with their three children. Now that Southland Merchants is on your doorstep, their team can connect you with Brazil’s finest beans and the pleasure of the world’s best coffee, direct from the origin. We’d love to hear from you.
No matter how high the cupping score, when purchasing your favourite coffee, it all comes down to your preferred taste. Our quality control team at Southland Merchants strive to help you
find specialty coffee and micro-lot coffee that meets your specific taste profile. We also have commercial high-quality coffees that are suitable for use in blends, if this is something you are looking for, you’ve
come to the right place!
Check out our Specialty and High quality commercial coffees currently in stock.
Facts from the origin
With an area of 2.4 million hectares to grow coffee and many different altitudes and climates plus the use of different processing methods, Brazil produces more than 50 million bags (60kg) with an incredible number of varieties of Arabica and Robusta coffees. The region where the founders of Southland Merchants are from and the quality department is based at is responsible for more than 50% of the national coffee production.