San Vito de Java, is a district and head city of the Coto Brus canton, in the Puntarenas province of Costa Rica. It is located about 271 kilometres (168 mi) southeast of the capital San José, and close to the Panama border.
The Venecia coffee variety has its origin in San Carlos, Alajuela, where Mr. Isidro Rodriguez selected out several coffee trees in a coffee plantation of 100% Caturra that demonstrated increased productivity, larger fruit size and increased resistance to fruit drop in the rain.
‘Honey’ processing is a form of a pulped natural process that is common across Costa Rica. Different designations of white, yellow, red and black honey are commonly used among Central and South American farmers.
Red Honey is where 80-90% of the mucilage remains on the bean. The beans are dried on raised beds in overcast or shaded conditions. All the beans are raked on the first morning and then only once or twice in the afternoon.
As a result, you'll get a super fruity floral coffee with intense aromatics. With rose, papaya, apple and raspberry notes that will totally delight your day. Great morning coffee to brighten your day!
Brewing Recipe :
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5th of December
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