Set your fingers and tap on a place in Central America called Costa Rica. Don't forget to drink this coffee in addition and know that you will feel as if you were there. The pleasant citrus finish of the taste of coffee will convince you of that.
Taste profile: The cup is characterized by hazelnut cream and a fresh, full floral aroma. The taste is slightly sweet with a medium but balanced body, pleasant acidity and often a long finish with subtle tones of citrus fruit.
About coffee growing: Costa Rica is known from an agricultural point of view mainly for growing and exporting bananas and coffee. Coffee began to be grown here in colonial times as early as 1779. To this day, coffee is an important agricultural crop and in regions such as Tarrazu, Herediá, Tres Rios or Volcan Poas, the best coffees in Central America are grown. The varieties Caturra, Mundo Novo and Catuai are mainly grown here. Coffee from Costa Rica is valued among experts mainly due to its delicate acidity, full, often robust body and balanced taste.
The designation SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) means that these are high-quality coffee beans grown at high altitudes.