“The great thing about working in coffee is that it allows you to try different things. There will always be new things to explore,” says coffee producer Régulo Gerardo Ureña of Rivense. We first encountered his farm in Costa Rica’s Chirripó region in 2013. Since then, his coffees have only gotten better. We’re excited to feature his new lot known as the Desafio Honey. It is named for its experimental processing in which fermentation and drying were prolonged. Though desafio means “challenging,” the effort was worth it—just try the deeply complex and fruity results.