Costa Rica is known for its top-quality coffee with great versatility, resulting from its vulcanic lands, high altitude and microclimates. If you've never been to Costa Rica or tried one of its coffees, you're in for a great delight.
Cradle of Villa Sarchí variety
One of the most traditional farms in Costa Rica, producing high quality coffee since 1930. Here is where Villa Sarchí variety was first discovered, giving a great genetic value to new and improved coffee lines.
Located in the Sarchí mountains, the hacienda has the perfect conditions for healthy plant growth and extraordinary quality of grain.
Main variety: Villa Sarchí (natural mutation of the Bourbon variety)
Other Varieties: Marselleza, Obata
Taste notes: Villa Sarchí has an elegant acidity, intense fruit notes, and a prominent sweetness.
Farm size: 250 hectares
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Innovation- Reactivation- Genetics- Micro-Lots
Created as a model farm in order to share knowledge of new generation coffee farming, using F1 hybrids.
Angelina has been planted with improved varieties in order to show the farmers how to be profitable by the use of high-yielding and high quality genetics.
Main variety: Centroamericano
Family: Sarchimor (T5296) x Rume Sudan
Process: Washed, Honey, Natural
Taste notes: In the cup one can experience ripe orange, sweet lemon, apricot flavours.
Farm size: 11 hectares
Located in Llano Bonito of Naranjo, the farm has been recognized for its Specialty Coffee Production.
The plantation has 100% F1 Hybrid variety plants, which has allowed to develop specific processes during the drying period in order to maximize the natural flavors of the bean.
Main variety: Milenio
Other Varieties: Esperanza, Centroamericano, Excelencia, Casiopea, L2A20.
Process: Natural, Honey, Anaerobic, Washed.
Taste notes: In the cup one can experience peach, grapefruit, tropical fruit such as papaya, ripe orange and apricot flavours.
Farm size: 11.6 hectares