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Tico Coffee Roasters Sangre de Toro at Netflix

We at Tico Coffee Roasters are a women owned minority business based just in the neighborhood of the Netflix headquarter in Los Gatos. 

We started Tico Coffee Roasters in 2010 out of the dream to bring the unique experience that our CEO and founder Mariana had growing up in Costa Rica to the coffee lovers in the Bay Area. Mariana grew up in the province of Heredia in the heart of the coffee lands in Costa Rica surrounded by coffee plantations and has built her career in Costa Rica as an Agricultural Economist before she moved to the US.

Coffee is our passion and we are happy to share it with you and bring the flavors of the coffee countries right into the Netflix office.

Sangre de Toro Espresso

Sangre de Toro Espresso

The Sangre de Toro Espresso was specifically created by our roast master to bring you a perfect Espresso blend using only the finest most ripe coffee cherries to create this unique experience. The creamy and juicy notes of black cherries linger combined with the dark chocolate tones and almonds for a perfect cup and create the flavors of the coffee.

Coffee Details:

Origin: Brazil, Guatemala, Sumatra

The Cup: This coffee is rich, bold and is layered with juicy notes of black cherries and almonds that are well balanced with the dark chocolate undertones.
Cup profile: notes of dark chocolate, almonds, black cherries

Coffees in the Sangre de Toro Espresso Blend:

Sumatra Mandheling - Wahana Estate

Farm: Wahana Estate
Origin: Sumatra
Region: North Sumatra
Varietal: Bourbon, Catimor, Typica
Altitude: 1150 to 1300 meters
Processing Method: Wet Hulled (Giling Basah)

Brazil - Cerrado Mineiro

Farm: Small farms in the Cerrado Mineiro region
Origin: Brazil
Region: Cerrado Mineiro
Varietal: Red Catuai, Mundo Novo, Yellow Catuai
Altitude: 800 to 1300 meters
Processing Method: Natural Process

Guatemala - San Martin Jilotepeque

Farm: small family owned farms in the municipality of San Martín Jilotepeque
Origin: Guatemala
Region: Chimaltenango
Varietal: Bourbon, Catuai, and Caturra
Altitude: 1500-1800 meters
Processing Method: Fully Washed and sun dried

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