Costa Rica Hacienda Sonora
Roast Type: Light
San Isidro 48 Natural Processed Coffee (12 oz)
Country: Costa Rica
Region: Alajuela, Central Valley
Varietal: San Isidro 48 (local variety)
Farm: Hacienda Sonora
Farmer/Grower: Alberto and Diego Guardia
Notes: Blackberry fragrance, aroma of black cherry, flavor notes of blackberry, honeysuckle and jasmine florals with an aftertaste of black tea, lemon and a sweet pastry, bright lemon and raspberry acidity and a medium body with creamy mouthfeel.
Our coffee bags are 100% compostable.
Locally Roasted in Glendale, CA
About the coffee:At Hacienda Sonora, hand-picked cherries are first dunked in water for floater separation, before the beans are dried inside the fruit (rather than after the fruit has been removed, as is the case with wet-processed or “washed” coffees). The cherries are dried on a black tarp on top of grass for 12 days using different layers depending on the drying stage (always covered at night). These controls keep temperatures low which preserves cup quality and shelf life of the coffee. After 12 days, the coffee is moved to the warehouse to rest for 3 days (at 14% humidity) before getting a final dry in a mechanical dryer (which allows better uniformity) at temperatures that never exceed 35C. Once the coffee reaches a humidity of 10.5%, it rests for 2 Months before being hauled out of the dry husk and then going through weight, screen, density and color sorting.
Regent Coffee offers free shipping when you purchase two or more bags of our roasted coffee beans. This shipping courtesy does not extend to glassware of any kind. This includes, but is not limited to: Saint Anthony's Plum Bottom: Dual Wall Glass Snifter, The Filibuster Dual Wall Decanter, Tresco Server Handcrafted Coffee Decanter, and Regent's own bourbon barrel aged cold brew that's presented in a beautifully designed glass bottle.
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