Mountain Water Process Costa Rica is from the COOPEAGRI co-op in Western Costa Rica, a Fair Trade Organic co-op of about 8000 members who grow coffee on individually owned plots of land. As far as decafs go, this is an economical, crowd-pleasing choice. It’s sweet and flavorful and can pass for a non-decaf coffee. Costa Rica is one of our best selling green coffees, so it only makes sense to offer a nice decaf version of this popular origin.
A nice clean sweet Central American coffee full of flavor, and a great choice for those who would like a sweet, full-flavored decaf. I roast it light, about 45 seconds past the end of the first cracks, but you can certainly take it darker. It’s a flexible bean.
This temporarily replaces the Decaf Honduras coffee that we've been selling. The Costa Rica tastes sweeter (orange?) and more floral (jasmine?), and it was time to change things up. You can still flavor it or blend it or use it in espresso or all the other things you were doing with Decaf Honduras, but give this one a try, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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