Notes: Chocolate, Orange, Dates, Tangerine
CoopeTarrazú is a Costa Rican cooperative made of over 3,500 partners and associates in the province of San José. Bearing in mind the organization's values of solidarity and sustainability, CoopeTarrazú prioritizes the welfare of its associates, their families, and communities by providing hands-on technical assistance and investing in solutions to combat challenges like coffee rust.
One of the most recognizable coffee-producing regions in Costa Rica, Tarrazú accounts for 25 percent of the country's total coffee production. Each coffee exported by CoopeTarrazú is cultivated at an elevation of 1,200 to 1,900 meters above sea level. Harvest coincides with the region's dry season, which lasts from November to March, this contributes not only to coffee uniformity but also the ability to process the coffee by sun-drying.
100% Arabica Fully Washed, strictly hard bean, Costa Rican coffee bean. Notes of Chocolate , orange, dates and tangerine. Very nice flavor and a great taste.
Our Costa Rica is the La Pastora Tarrazu, Strictly Hard Bean from CoopeTarrazu. This cooperative is made up of over 3500 partners and associates in the province of San Jose. This coop prioritizes the welfare of its associates, their families and communities by providing hands-on technical assistance and investing in solutions to combat challenges like coffee rust. This region accounts for 25% of the coffee total production. Cultivated from 1200 to 1900 meters above sea level. It is processed through Sun Drying.
You can purchase our Costa Rican, whole bean or ground for your favorite way to make coffee. Whole bean coffee normally maintains its freshness for about two months. Ground coffee usually is best if used within two to three weeks. You can decide which way is best for you when ordering. The taste will not change either way. Preparation of your coffee is simple. When you are ready for drinking your coffee it must be ground to your specific coffee making procedure. There are many ways to make coffee and all. Are good if done right. Some common examples Are Drip, French Roast, Aeropress, Pour over and Espresso to just name a few. We have 10 ways to make coffee in our own home. The way you make your coffee in your home or office can be the best tasting coffee available for you. Knowing the right procedures is essential. Having great fresh roasted coffee as our Costa Rican is a good start.