The ground coffee has a strong scent of honey and caramel. The same sweet honey, caramel combination are the predominate flavors, while the finish tastes like brown sugar. We have been drinking this coffee for the past couple days. Honestly I rarely finish a cup of coffee - too busy. This one I finish, even after it's stone cold. We believe you will love this coffee's sweet simplicity.

Honey, Caramel, Brown Sugar
The coffee comes to us by way of Hacienda La Amistad, located in Coto Brus, a canton in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The farm is owned and operated by Roberto Montero Zeledón, a third generation coffee farmer. Roberto’s family has returned more than 6,000 hectares of land to the government of Costa Rica for the preservation of La Amistad International Park, the largest natural reserve in Central America. Only 300 hectares of land are utilized for coffee cultivation while the remainder of the 4,000 hectare estate is preserved forest teeming with wildlife. Roberto’s commitment to organic farming pairs harmoniously with his commitment to his community. During the coffee harvest, Roberto provides housing and free access to medical care for the seasonal pickers. 
$ 16.00 / 12 oz.

Specifications


Flavors

The ground coffee has a strong scent of honey and caramel. The same sweet honey, caramel combination are the predominate flavors, while the finish tastes like brown sugar. We have been drinking this coffee for the past couple days. Honestly I rarely finish a cup of coffee - too busy. This one I finish, even after it's stone cold. We believe you will love this coffee's sweet simplicity.

Honey, Caramel, Brown Sugar
The coffee comes to us by way of Hacienda La Amistad, located in Coto Brus, a canton in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The farm is owned and operated by Roberto Montero Zeledón, a third generation coffee farmer. Roberto’s family has returned more than 6,000 hectares of land to the government of Costa Rica for the preservation of La Amistad International Park, the largest natural reserve in Central America. Only 300 hectares of land are utilized for coffee cultivation while the remainder of the 4,000 hectare estate is preserved forest teeming with wildlife. Roberto’s commitment to organic farming pairs harmoniously with his commitment to his community. During the coffee harvest, Roberto provides housing and free access to medical care for the seasonal pickers. 

Sourcing and Processing Information

The ground coffee has a strong scent of honey and caramel. The same sweet honey, caramel combination are the predominate flavors, while the finish tastes like brown sugar. We have been drinking this coffee for the past couple days. Honestly I rarely finish a cup of coffee - too busy. This one I finish, even after it's stone cold. We believe you will love this coffee's sweet simplicity.

Honey, Caramel, Brown Sugar
The coffee comes to us by way of Hacienda La Amistad, located in Coto Brus, a canton in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The farm is owned and operated by Roberto Montero Zeledón, a third generation coffee farmer. Roberto’s family has returned more than 6,000 hectares of land to the government of Costa Rica for the preservation of La Amistad International Park, the largest natural reserve in Central America. Only 300 hectares of land are utilized for coffee cultivation while the remainder of the 4,000 hectare estate is preserved forest teeming with wildlife. Roberto’s commitment to organic farming pairs harmoniously with his commitment to his community. During the coffee harvest, Roberto provides housing and free access to medical care for the seasonal pickers. 


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