Costa Rica - Saints (Washed)
Costa Rica Espresso Beans
A full bodied espresso with orangy fruitiness and a cacao finish.
This is one of those coffees you can drink all day. The coffee is sourced and processed by our beloved producer Alejo Castro Kahle from the Volcan Azul Farm. Alejo has exceptional skills processing coffee and has one of the best processings stations in the area. Those exceptional skills lift this coffee blend up to a higher level!
Tarazzú - Costa Rica coffee beans
It's a mixture of small farmers from the high mountains of the Tarazzú region in the southern Pacific area of Costa Rica. The Tarrazú climate is characterised by two well-defined seasons; a rainy season (May through November) and a dry season (December through April). This encourages uniform coffee blossoming. The fertile, volcanic soil is perfect for agriculture and smallholders grow bananas, avocados, citrus fruits and of course coffee
Costa Rica Saints
In this area lots of villages have names beginning with 'San' which means 'Saint' in English. The same applies even to the capital, 'San Jose'. That's why this coffee is named Saints.
Chocolaty flavour espresso beans
You can expect a soft and creamy cup with vibrant acidity which reminds us of Clementines and long and lingering caramel and chocolate- like finish
- Article number
- Costa Rica
- Various Smallholder Farms
- Various Producers
- Red Catuaï, Red, Caturra
- 1400 - 1700M
- Flavour Notes
- Milk Chocolate, Clementine, Nougat
- Posted by: G. Perez on 26 February 2023Deliciously balanaced (though a bit fruity/acid for some people?), makes for the perfect morning expresso