Costa Rica – Tirra Estate

$25.00$40.00

This amazing coffee is part of our Exotic Series of coffees. Once these beans hit your grinder, the room will fill with complex aromas leaving you

absolutely speechless.

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Description

Country – Costa Rica

 

Region – San Marcos, Tarrazu

 

Cultivar – Caturra

 

Processing Method – Natural Process

 

Elevation – 1500 – 1600 metres above sea level

 

Tasting Notes –

Rich sweet full body with almond, salted caramel and cherry notes. Raspberry sangria lingers through a

long molasses, almond and caramel finish. Extremely complex coffee, tasting amazing.

 

Preparation – Roasted for Filter

 

Tirra Estate is located in the San Marcos district in the Tarrazu municipality, and sits at elevations of 1500-1600 MASL. The cherry

grown on the Estate is processed by the Coopetarrazu cooperative mill. Tirra Estate is owned by Coopetarrazu and was purchased to

conduct coffee research and microlot production. More than 60 percent of the 100ha farm is dedicated to coffee production.

The Tarrazu region is a rural community noted throughout the world for its traditional values and leadership is growing fine coffees. It is

one the world’s most famous regions for coffee cultivation. Optimum soil and climate, paired with highly skilled and experienced

producers, make for ideal cultivating conditions.

Coopetarrazu cooperative is located in the heart of the Tarrazu region and is dedicated to promoting environmentally sustainable

farming practices in the community. They have implemented a ‘Coffee, Culture, Quality of Life’ Sustainability plan to track their

environmental impact, implement better practices, and create a culture of environmental respect among members and children. Through

this program Coopetarrazu offer free seeds and soil analyses to its members, allowing farmers to undertake reforestation and

understand how topography and surrounding ecosystems impact their soil. Farmers are subsequently able to adjust their practices

according to the specific soil needs. The cooperative conduct education programs for community youth, focusing on the tracking of birds

and insect populations, and learning about the important role these species play in coffee production and ecosystem maintenance.

Coopetarrazu also support seasonal migrant working by providing on-site housing and organising festivals throughout the year

celebrating their indigenous cultural heritage.

Funds raised through the sale of this coffee will be invested in the supply of organic fertilizer and shade trees to member producers.

Additional information

Size

250g, 480g, 1kg

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