Café do Brazil - Carnaval
Our Single-Origin, Fair Trade, Specialty Coffee is among the world’s finest. Imported from Minas Gerais, Brazil, and roasted in South Florida, HISPA Café’s Carnaval Espresso is a flavorful artisan coffee roasted on the lighter side to preserve the full spectrum of flavors - perfect for drinking as a drip coffee or as an espresso. Carnaval has a delicious, festive aroma you'll absolutely love, from the moment you open the package to every flavory sip. But don't take our word for it. This is one you'll have to try for yourself!
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A portion of every bag sold supports the HISPA® Coffee Aficionados For Education (C.A.F.E.) Fund.
100% Premium Arabica Coffee Beans
From Brazil to the U.S.
To your home or office
HISPA Café’s Carnaval Espresso Roast
What do espresso and carnaval have in common?
Their origin! Established and perfected in Italy, ESPRESSO was a quick way of making a single cup of coffee, "espressly" for one. In fact, the invention of the original espresso maker is attributed to Angelo Moriondo, a well known Italian inventor and entrepreneur who was awarded the patent in 1884. It’s no wonder Italy is renowned for its coffee brewing techniques. Espresso coffee has since become a preferred drink around the world and serves as the base for other drinks, such as the cappuccino, macchiato, café Americano, café con leche, cortadito, and colada, just to name a few.
CARNAVAL (Brazilian-Portuguese) originates from an Italian tradition “carnivale” (festival), celebrated in Italy for centuries. Later, it spread to Spain, Portugal and other European countries. Today, Carnaval is celebrated throughout all of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as in many other parts of the world.
Honoring the traditions of fine Italian coffee and espresso brewing we've sourced single-origin coffee beans from the #1 coffee producing country in the world (Brazil) to produce a flavorful "Carnaval-infused"* artisan roast espresso coffee. What does this mean? Simple - CELEBRATE LIFE! Remember this each day while your’re enjoying HISPA Café!
At HISPA Café we honor the story and origins of coffee by celebrating the richness of cultures, languages, and heritage...and our shared love for a great cup of café!
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* HISPA Coffee contains no additives. Contents of each bag sold are 100% Arabica, espresso ground or whole, coffee beans.
Achieving your DREAMS will take courage and commitment, and perhaps a little café!
Because we care, and know that attending college can be financially challenging, we created the HISPA® Coffee Aficionados For Education (C.A.F.E.) Fund to support students enrolled in accredited Spanish & Portuguese, Italian, English, Education, Study Abroad, or International Business programs across the U.S. We appreciate any contribution you can make to help us reach our fundraising and giving goals. The HISPA C.A.F.E. Fund is managed by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach & Martin Counties, and volunteers.
"I'm particular about my coffee, and my causes. I enjoy the coffee. Very happy to know I am supporting your HISPA Coffee Aficionados For Education Fund, too."
"Coffee definitely helped me get through college! As a professional, it feels great to know my purchase also supports college students."
"Love the flavor. I use it to make café con leche and it adds a nice caramel tone."
A journey of love, passione, and cafezinho!
As a proud Puerto Rican with an Italian name and an affinity for Bossa Nova, I've always had a fascination for two countries - Italy and Brazil. In 2012, I vividly recall savoring the most incredible cappuccino while in Italy with my brother. It was also the first time, when at a villa in Tuscany, I heard my name pronounced perfectly, almost as if sung in Italian, when at 5:30 am the villa owner says from a distance, “Buongiorno, Virgilio!” Hearing her, with the backdrop of the breathtaking hills of Tuscany, was an unforgettable moment. In 2016, I was equally overtaken by Brazil's history and rich culture while traveling throughout the northeast, central, and southern parts of the country. It was also the first time hearing live Bossa Nova along the beach in Rio de Janeiro. I was in heaven.
Given my lifelong appreciation for heritage, languages, and cultures, this fascination has now evolved into a commitment to celebrating the origins and story of coffee, cultures, and common ground - beginning with our love for coffee.
I am honored to share my story, our vision, and a truly delicious coffee.
Thank you for supporting HISPA Café!
Virgilio Rodriguez, CEO
HISPA Café, LLC