This coffee is grown in the famed San Marcos de Tarrazu growing region in the province of San Jose, Costa Rica by members of Cooperativa de Caficultores de Tarrazu, which receives coffees from 4,650 small farmers in the region and consistently processes them into a well-balanced regional blend called La Pastora. Grown at high elevation between 1300 and 1600 meters in volcanic loam, the coffees from this region are rated SHB (Strictly Hard Bean), the highest classification in the Costa Rican system.
This deliciously sweet coffee has crisp citrus acidity with a balanced, medium smooth body, and notes of black current, tart green apples, cherry cola and graham cracker. Enjoy it for breakfast for a nice wake up!
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