Brazil is no stranger to the bean wars.
Last year, coffee giant Starbucks launched a campaign aimed at driving down the cost of beans in Brazil, but the result was a disastrous response.
Coffee drinkers complained about the taste of the beans and the fact that they could barely get a cup of the good stuff without a mug.
In response, Starbucks started offering beans that are slightly different than their regular beans.
The beans that Starbucks is selling now are slightly lower in sugar, fat and calories than their traditional version.
The difference is only 3 grams per cup.
“I’m not even sure how to describe it,” said Brazilian coffee expert and podiatrist Guilherme Castillo.
“It’s really just like a small miracle.
I think people are really enjoying it.”
This year, Starbucks is starting to take the bean war to a whole new level.
The company is now offering beans in a new range of flavors, including caramel, strawberry and chocolate.
Some of these beans are also sold in a limited number of Starbucks stores in Brazil.
It’s unclear how many beans will be sold, but Starbucks has already started selling the beans in its stores in other countries.