Costa Rica became the first country in Central America to grow coffee. This happened thanks to the Europeans who brought Arabica to the country in 1779. At the beginning of the 19th century, when the coffee industry was still gaining momentum, the government saw the prospects of this area and began to develop it. It was with the money received from the sale of coffee that the ports were built in the country and the railway service was launched. In 1831, the government decreed that anyone who grows coffee on an unoccupied piece of land for more than five years automatically becomes its owner. Costa Rica’s climate and soil are ideal for growing really high quality coffee. Strong taste with notes of apple cider, dark grapes, lychee and chocolate brownie. Composition: 100% Arabica
Recommended for manual preparation - in a Turk, cup, funnel, aeropress / French press, geyser and drip coffee maker
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