Milk Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnuts, Mango Juice and Nectarine
[The Tres Milagros farm has been in the Facusse family for 55 years. Since the beginning the farm was planted with Bourbon and Catuai, producing excellent coffees with the characteristics of the Dota-Tarrazu region. By 2011 Mr. Camilo Merizalde and the Facusse Family decided to create a very unique specialty coffee program, applying all the experience from Finca Santuario Colombia. New varietals were planted ; Geisha, Heirloom, Tipica, F1, Villa Sarchi and several more. Tres Milagros today has several processes in order to produce outstanding specialty coffees. Camilo Merizalde and Mauricio Facusse had been friends since college time, maintaining a very close relationship that lead to the creation of this splendid coffee project.
[--origin--] Costa Rica [--/origin--]
[--producer--] Facusse family & Camilo Merizalde [--/producer--]
[--altitude--] 1650 mnsm [--/altitude--]
[--cupping_score--] 87 [--/cupping_score--]
[--variety--] Bourbon [--/variety--]
[--process--] Red Honey [--/process--]
[--ingredients--] Milk Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnuts, Mango Juice and Nectarine [--/ingredients--]
[--good for--] Espresso and Filter [--/good for--]
This has quickly become my go-to coffee! I don’t want to start any day without it. The aroma is rich and complex. It’s very close to the idea you have of what coffee should taste like. Perfect! my go-to coffee. The aroma is rich and complex. It’s very close to the idea you have of what coffee should taste like. Perfect!
After taking an expresso, you want another one just after
amazing taste and aroma
I was a little reluctant about trying a decaf coffee, but I eventually decided to give it a chance. Today, Los Lagos - Decaf is my favorite coffee on the menu.
It’s a good coffee, although Mujeres is a bit sweeter and always with the mighty Santa Clara is our hearts.