What do you think of when you hear the name of this small country in Central America? -Costa Rica- Is it beaches? is it adventure Or is it a good morning coffee aroma in a cafe in the rainforest that comes to your senses? We hope all...
Our coffee is known worldwide for its quality and no wonder! Since 1989, Costa Rican farmers have been legally prohibited from growing low-quality coffee. Therefore, Arabica beans are the only kings and queens of the castle.
And not only a good bean is necessary to be the best coffee, but also high mountains and mild temperatures all year round, exactly what is found in Costa Rica.
According to Café Britt, "Costa Rica has only two seasons: dry season and wet season, both of which provide an ideal climate for growing coffee. Throughout the year, the temperature varies only between 17 and 28 °C (63 to 80 °F). More than 80 percent of the most popular coffee-growing areas are between 800 and 1600 meters and the average rainfall is between 2000 and 3000 millimeters."