The Cup: Mild, sweet, and soft with winey acidity, nutty, toffee, and cocoa flavors.
|Farm||Coffee NACE Mill|
|Variety||Common Costa Rican Varieties|
Eduardo Navarro Jiminez and his brother Juan Carlos Navarro Ceciliano share a 100-year family history in coffee production. The brothers and their other sibling own several farms, and in 2016 Eduardo established Coffee NACE Micromill. An important part of Juan and his brother Eduoardo's mission statement is, "Sabemos que unidos somos capaces de lograr lo imposible," or "We know that together we are capable of achieving the impossible."
Microlots from Costa Rica are typically sourced from producers who have invested not only in growing their farms, but also in building and operating their own processing facilities, typically called "micromills." Micromills typically yield fewer than 1,000 bags annually, and are often independently owned by a family or small group of producers. Microlots in Costa Rica are separated out based on differentiated characterizations such as processing, variety, or some other aspect. Microlots carry the highest quality as well as the highest level of traceability.
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