Tasting Profile: Sweet apple, raisin, honey
Grower: Micro farms in Alajuela
Variety: Caturra & Catuai
Region: Alajuela, Costa Rica
Altitude: 1300-1445 M
Soil Type: Volcanic Loam
Process: Eco-pulped and dried in the sun.
Washed coffees will taste very clean and mild. Flavor notes can include honey and milk chocolate with a soft, bright fruit character.
Natural coffees will have more of a syrupy body with much more fruit character; berries, citrus, grape.
Costa Rican coffee beans
Costa Rican coffee is highly rated. It usually comes form one of the following plant varieties: Caturra (Coffea arabica var. caturra) and sometimes Catuai. They have a great body, often full, and a rich, robust flavor and crisp acidity.
In particular the best high-grown coffees of Costa Rica are distinguished, and notable for their good body and fruity and bright acidity with a clean and crisp taste.