1. Bad Coffee Is ILLEGAL:
Costa Rica is the only country in the world where it is actually illegal to produce any type of coffee other than 100% Arabica—the highest quality of coffee beans. A law was passed in 1989 prohibiting the planting of low-quality beans, encouraging Costa Rican farmers to pursue true excellence.
2. Ideal For Coffee Beans:
In Costa Rica, the mountainous regions and warm temperatures provide the perfect environment for growing the highest quality Arabica beans.
3. Coffee Beans Are Hand Picked:
Instead of picking every bean at once, only the ripest beans are plucked and processed. By allowing beans to fully mature, they ensure that only the best flavors are associated with Costa Rica.
4. Good For The Environment:
Costa Rica has strict laws for protecting its lands while committing to sustainable and ethical growth. The way the beans are grown is better for the planet, for the farmers, and produces the best tasting coffee in the world.
5.Eight Coffee Growing Regions:
Costa Rica has eight distinct regions that produce their own unique flavor of the coffee. One of the most famous regions is Tarrazú, renowned for its aromas, while Valle Occidental is recognized for the subtle hint of peaches and apricots in its beans.