Finding the Best Cup of Coffee in Rio de Janeiro’s Zona Sul and Centro

Brazil is the number one producer of coffee in the world, responsible for about a third of all coffee grown each year; and it is the world’s fifteenth biggest coffee-drinking country if calculated by consumption per capita.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Coffee is a daily ritual for a large majority of cariocas. After all, the Portuguese word for 'breakfast,' ‘café da manhã,’ can be more literally translated into ‘morning coffee.’ Here are a few suggestions for finding the best cup of coffee in Rio’s Zona Sul (South Zone) and Centro (city center), whatever your taste.

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