Costa Rican coffee is known for having a rounded body, clean acidity and floral aromatics. We roast this Costa Rican coffee to highlight notes of caramel, orange zest and almond.
Coffee plants were first introduced to Costa Rica from Cuba in 1700s and began being commercially cultivated in the 1800s. Costa Rica was the first Central American country to commercially produce coffee. Coffee has been key to the development of their infrastructure and economy ever since. Costa Rica exports some of the top coffee grown world-wide and is a mainstay in the U.S. specialty market.