Variations in the type of coffee plant grown or the method with which the coffee is dried can dramatically alter flavor characteristics. This genre celebrates the diversity and expressive flavor made possible by these distinctions.
Nestled in Costa Rica’s West valley, Cerro San Luis Micromill is located at the family home of two second-generation coffee producing sisters, carefully curating the offerings of the surrounding farms with the close help of their families.
Ideal conditions within the Naranjo region allow all manner of coffee plants to flourish, with a stunning array of varieties being brought to the mill. We are thrilled to present the Catuai crop from El Venado farm, selected for White Honey processing and displaying beautiful sweet fruit notes in the cup.
White peach acidity leads into heady, floral notes of magnolia and eucalyptus.