Costa Rica -
Very bright & clean, with hints of berry, and apple cider. These high altitude beans have a full coffee aroma with a silky, yet robust taste that sets the standards for wet processed coffees.
In the year 1808, Costa Rican governor Tomas de Acosta began promoting the cultivation of coffee. Costa Rica then became the first Central American country with a true coffee industry.
It makes sense that our importers at Cafe Imports chose Costa Rica to establish their first offices in a coffee-producing country. Their state-of-the-art labs and offices in the capital city of San Jose, Costa Rica place our coffee buyers in the heart of Costa Rican coffee.