Profile: Medium-bodied with a fragrant aroma and bright crisp flavor. This coffee is slightly more complex than La Minita, with a bit more body.
Place: Alumbre River Valley, Tarrazu region, Costa Rica. This coffee is named after a waterfall on the Alumbre river, near where it intersects the Tarrazu River. Average altitude is 4,500 feet.
People: 300 individual small farmers contribute 100% of their fruit for our exclusive use. Most farmers are of second or third generation in the coffee business. Farm sizes range from a few acres to more than 200 acres.
Process: Coffee fruit is hand selected by the farmers and tendered for sale to our representative at the mill, where coffee fruits are pulped, fermented, fully washed, machine dried and meticulously sorted to remove imperfect beans. We roast this coffee to a medium color to highlight the subtle character.
Pairing: Fresh peaches or plums, walnut coffee cake.
Each 2 oz portion pack can brew 36-64 ounces of coffee, depending on the desired strength.