The first coffee plantations in Brazil were established in 1719.

An excerpt from the article 22 facts about coffee

The Portuguese stole coffee seedlings from Guyana and established plantations in Brazil, making coffee available to the masses, not just the elite, by 1800.

Throughout the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th century, Brazil remained a major coffee producer, in fact, a monopoly.

Only in the following years did serious coffee producers become Colombia, Guatemala, and Indonesia.