Costa Rica La Amistad Coffee

Roasted By: Little River Roasting Co.

Who will enjoy Costa Rica La Amistad Coffee the most?

  • Fans of milk chocolate are sure to enjoy this naturally sweet flavor profile.
  • Those who enjoy a good, balanced cup; all aspects are present in perfect harmony here.
  • Fans of Costa Rican beans should definitely give La Amistad coffee a chance!

Costa Rica La Amistad Coffee Profile

Roast:  Medium

Body:  Full, syrupy

Taste:  Balanced, sweet, notes of milk chocolate and fruit

Fragrance:  Chocolate

Aroma:  Sweet, chocolate

Sweetness:  Milk chocolate

Acidity:  Medium, fruity

Aftertaste:  Clean & fruity

Origin(s):  Costa Rica, La Amistad

Species:  Arabica 

Cert(s):  Single Origin, Organic

The Background

Costa Rica has an undeniably high reputation when it comes to coffee. Tarrazu is the most well known growing region, but it is by no means the only one. These beans are grown at a family run estate that has been operational since 1938. This estate sits close to the Panama border, within La Amistad Rainforest. Little River Roasting Co. is committed to organic, environmentally friendly practices. This estate operates with a carbon footprint of zero. 

What makes Costa Rica La Amistad Coffee special?

La Amistad coffee showcases that Costa Rica has more to it than just the offerings of the Tarrazu region. This coffee manages to live up to the high reputation of Costa Rica, while also offering something different. These beans make a nice, balanced cup of coffee that is naturally sweet. Notes of milk chocolate are prominent and hints of fruit can also be tasted. A balanced acidity nicely compliments the overall profile, which comes to a clean and fruity finish. If you enjoy coffee from Tarrazu, you should definitely give La Amistad coffee a chance! 

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