Get to Know This Coffee Like your most sincere and cheerful friend, this coffee is sweet without being syrupy, and enthusiastic without being too eager. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
Its Nerdy Side The Don Sabino Micromill is located in the Sabanilla de Alajuela district in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. The Finca El Apostol is one of several farms operated by Gilbert and Steve, a father and son duo with generations of experience behind them. Growing between 4300-5250 ft, this natural process coffee is dried on raised beds.
Enjoy berry, citrus, chocolate, and smooth body in this medium roast.
What's Cool Coffee was planted in Costa Rica in the late 1700s, and it was the first Central American country to have a fully established coffee industry. By the 1820s, coffee was a major agricultural export with great economic significance. National output was increased by the completion of a main road to Puntarenas in 1846, allowing farmers to more readily bring their coffee from their farms to market in oxcarts—which remained the way most small farmers transported their coffee until the 1920s.