Costa Rica Navarro Valverde Tarrazú Speciality Coffee. Flavor notes vanilla, apricot, tangerine, orange.
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Costa Rica Tarrazú Coffee from the Navarro Valverde Plantation
Costa Rica Navarro Valverde Tarrazú Speciality coffee is another coffee from Costa Rica's most famous coffee growing region. Costa Rica coffee has been featured in our fresh roasted coffee shop from the very beginning. We import green coffees from all over the world and hand roast to order. We ship freshly roasted coffee within 24 hours of roasting. We invite you to try freshly roasted coffee from Sochaccy.co.
Where Costa Rica Navarro Valverde Tarrazú Speciality Coffee Is From
Tarrazú is the region of Costa Rica where Costa Rica's best coffee comes from. The Tarrazu region is located south of the capital San José and produces one-third of all Costa Rican coffee. It is a mountainous area with rich volcanic soil. Much of the experience of farmers in this region is helped by the unique high mountain climate. Coffees from the Tarrazú region, have the SHB ( Strictly Hard Bean ) designation, this is information that the coffee comes from high mountain plantations, where coffee grows with beans with high density. The hardness of the bean is one of the characteristics of the coffee plant that grows at altitudes above 1,000 meters above sea level. In the high mountain plantations of Costa Rica, the coffee is harvested by hand, which allows a good selection of coffee already at the stage of picking from the bush. As a region, Tarrazú is one of the world's leaders in the cultivation of specialty coffee at moderate prices.
Which plantation does the coffee come from?
Honesty as a philosophy of life, work and as a method of improving one's own living conditions and those of one's family: this is a description of the priorities of Eduardo Navarro Jiménez, the founder of the coffee plantation, which he founded in the 1940s. To date, the farm is run by Eduardo's grandchildren, the third generation of the Navarro Valverde family. The plantation is located in Costa Rica; the region of Tarrazú, Liano de Los Angeles, Cartago, Corralillo, in the zone of Los Santos, located at an altitude of 1,750 meters above sea level. Coffee grows there in practically complete shade, as up to 95% of the coffee bushes are shaded for most of the day. The deliberate combination of coffee cultivation with the jungle is a manifestation of the modern approach to agriculture, the crops do not devastate the surrounding nature. What is good for the surrounding trees is also good for all living fauna.
In the name of the coffee you will also find the most popular bird of the region, the Hummingbird. The forests surrounding the plantation are home to nearly 50 species of Hummingbirds, and they are one of the landmarks, symbols of the Tarrazú Hills.
How was the coffee prepared?
Costa Rica Navarro Valverde Tarrazú Speciality coffee was processed using the "washed" method, where the surface layer of the coffee berry is removed by washing and then drying in the sun for hours. Washing as a processing technique allows the coffee to retain distinct, elegant, consistent and bright flavor notes.
What does the coffee taste like?
The moderately sweet coffee captivates with its softness and balance. Delicately pronounced notes of vanilla, apricot and orange acidity, bordering on the expressiveness typical of high mountain coffees from Central America. The finish offers subtle notes of dried fruit and sponge cake.
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- Central America.
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- Costa Rica
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- Region of origin of the coffee
- Navarro Valverde
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- The leading coffee variety
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- Leading flavour notes
- Altitude of the plantation
- from 1,500 to 2,000 m.a.s.l.
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