It is getting fruity and sweet …
Another coffee from Costa Rica would make it into my cup today.
- The Family Guardia has been growing coffee on the Hacienda Sonora for more than 50 years.
- It is located on the fertile foothills of the famous volcano Poas in the West Valley of Costa Rica and is largely untouched jungle.
- Honey processed means that after separating the pulp from the beans, the coffee is put directly into the sun to dry.
- This gives the later roasted beans a sweet, fruity and intense taste.
- In addition to the aromas of ripe dry fruits and the full round body, the coffee has notes of dark brown caramel, toffee and cocoa.
It sounds delicious! Today my bright Chorreador is being used for the preparation.
- Hook the Bolsa (cotton filter) into the Chorrador.
- Bring water to a boil and grind the beans.
- Add 1-2 heaped tsp. coffee powder per cup to the filter and pour over the water.
One third of the coffee world trip is already over. Let’s see where bag 9 makes a stopover.