Tastes like: dark cacao, citrus fruits, and tropical nuts.
This Caturra & Catuaí lot was not only processed at the La Cruz de Tarrazú micromill but also grown entirely on farms owned by the Zamora Picado family. The farms are maintained with the same attention to detail with which the family manages its mill. Contributing farms are: El Olivo, El Pino, El Pozo, El Alto y El Anono – each are named accordig to a feature of the landscape or their location (for instance, ‘El Pozo’means ‘The Pond’ and ‘El Pino’means ‘The Pine’
About Honey Processing:
‘Honey’ processing is a form of semi-washed process that is common across Costa Rica. Different designations of white, yellow, red and black honey are commonly used among Central and South American farmers and commonly refer to differences in:
the amount of mucilage left on the bean after pulping;
how the beans are dried (i.e. direct sunlight or shaded conditions);
the length of time and conditions under which the beans are dried.