Tarrazu Coffee Set
Discover the variety of flavors that the Tarrazu region in Costa Rica has to offer. In this coffee set we have combined the best coffees from the most famous coffee region in Costa Rica.
Finca San Luis and the La Montaña de Tarrazu Micromill is a family business, overseen by two sisters, Daniela and Tatiana Gutierrez, having taken over day-to-day operations from their father, Jorge. The coffee has caramel, chocolate, orange and lemon flavors; it is sweet with a long lasting aftertaste and has a smooth mouthfeel.
Hacienda La Minita is located in the steep terrain of the Tarrazú Valley in Costa Rica and the coffees are considered by many to be one of the finest produced in the world.
Santa Maria de Dota is sourced from Cooperativa de de Caficultores de Dota R.L. (CoopeDota) and has 850 members living throughout the canton of Dota within the province of San Jose, Costa Rica. CoopeDota strives for a sustainable economic impact in the community through the creation of jobs. CoopeDota is the world’s first certified carbon-neutral coffee exporter.
Finca San Luis has caramel, chocolate, orange and lemon flavors; it is sweet with a long lasting aftertaste and has a smooth mouthfeel.
La Minita has opulent fruit and fine acidity in complete harmony. Delicate body with long finish. Layered flavors. All in balance and with no impurities to detract from its enjoyment.
Santa Maria de Dota has honey and slight citrus notes on the nose and a taste of sugar cane, chocolate, hazelnuts and vanilla combined with the soft acidity of lemons.
This coffee trio took me back to my time at Manuel Antonio. Bright, fragrant and full of body. Enjoyed it immensely. It was a bonus to support several women owned growers. And the customer service was amazing. Constant updates on my order and it showed up as predicted just in time for my Monday morning caffeine break. Will definitely recommend.
Good tasting coffee, will buy again!
A thoroughly pleasurable set of coffees from Tarrazu. Each one of these coffees brings something different to the table. The Minita is more subtle and All of these were brewed using an Oxo 8-cup. While I liked them them all quite a bit, perhaps my slight favorite was the Santa Maria De Dota for a nice rounded flavor profile although it doesn't linger as long as the other two. You can't go wrong with any or all of these!