Cultivated in the region of Tarrazu, these Caturra varietals are certified SHB (strictly hard bean), which indicates these coffee beans are grown at altitudes above 3,900 feet. There are a lot of things to love about Costa Rica. The landscape is gorgeous. The beaches are clean, and the weather is warm year round. What we love most, however, is the coffee. Costa Rica has amazing coffee growing regions due to its volcanic soil and ideal drainage. As a result, this light roasted coffee is delightfully smooth and rich .
Costa Rican Tarrazu is at its best when prepared as a drip brew. The French press produces a somewhat brighter cup with more pronounced citrus nuances.
Terrazu beans brew into a light-bodied coffee with a slight chocolaty-caramel flavor.