Product name: Costa Rica La Roca La Granadilla farmland (medium roast) 200g
*This product can be shipped within Japan, Taiwan, and China.
Item No.: S-537
Product content: 200g (weight including package: 210g) x 1 bag
Smooth as silk. Full-bodied and thick.
<br>For Costa Rica fans, the flavor is sure to be irresistible.
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This farm, run by the Umanya family,
It is located in an area called Talas, San Jose, Costa Rica.
They are kind and honest people.
Father, mother, and three brothers are working together.
This pretty flower is called Catalina.
By the way, "granadilla"
A fruit like passion fruit with mild acidity,
When I started planting coffee in this farmland, it seems that there were a lot of them.
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We visited the site in February 2016.
Oh, I want to go again!
This coffee tree has white coffee flowers that smell like jasmine and red berries.
The so-called coffee beans with their shells are contained inside the red fruit with the pulp removed.
Talas is a major production area that boasts 40% of Costa Rica's coffee production.
A little while ago, farms began to appear in Taras that overturned the conventional wisdom about cultivation limits in the region.
Until now, we have delivered the harvested coffee cherries to the agricultural cooperative, but that would result in them being mixed with those from other producers. They wanted to carry out production that emphasized quality, and established a micro mill to finish parchment coffee (coffee with husks) by themselves.
La Roca is said to be derived from Cerro La Roca (Mt. Roca) seen from the mill (Roca means "rock").
* 2016.02 We visited the site for inspection.
|Product Name||regular coffee|
|Weight||200g (weight including package: 210g) x 1 bag|
|degree of roasting||medium roast|
|expiry date||For beans: 2 months For flour: 1 month|
|keep||Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and humidity.
It is recommended to store it in a sealed container in the freezer.
|Country of origin of raw beans||Costa Rica|
|Package size||Served in a bean bag|
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