Costa Rica Hacienda Rio Negro is from one of Southern Costa Rica’s quality growing
region San Vito. This coffee is very rich in taste and will never disappoint you.
The coffee has a delicate rich taste. You will love this coffee cold because it
does not lose it taste. One of the best for making ice coffee. It is a very balanced
coffee that has a rich clean flavor and a rich sweet aftertaste. The coffee’s best
features come out in a Bold or French Roast. This coffee is never out of balance
and even holds it taste and sweetness even when it is cold.
Recommend Roast: Medium/Bold Aroma: Pleasant Flavor:Smooth/Rich Sweetness
Appearance: Clean/Sparkling Body: Medium
Coffee drinkers who drink this coffee may enjoy: Costa Rica SHB EP Estate
Guatemala SHB EP Estate Antigua
Sumatra Lintong Grade #1 TP Japan Prep.
Coffee is grown in Costa Rica on both the Atlantic and Pacific slopes at altitudes
between 1600 and 5400 feet. The highest grade is called Strictly Hard Bean, grown
at elevations over 3900 feet. Costa Rica produces some exceptional coffees, renowned
for their brilliance, balance and complexity.produces the best coffee in the world.
They roast only SHB - Strickly hard bean - grown at altitudes greater than 1300 meters
above sea level. These altitudes produce the best conditions for bean growing and
results in the highest quality Coffee for all their blends.
Their fair trade and environmental
conservation policies ensure that consumers can feel good about their purchase. They
promote both the farmers and the artisians of the area ensuring income for both.
Costa Rica was the first country in the world to constitutionally abolish its army.
(Spanish) Among Latin American countries, Costa Rica ranks 4th in terms of the 2007
Human Development Index, and 48th worldwide. Costa Rica is ranked 5th in the world
in terms of the 2008 Environmental Performance Index, up from the 15th place in 2006.
In 2007 the government of Costa Rica stated that they want to be the first country
to become carbon neutral by 2021.