Producer: José Luis, Carlos & Eduardo Navarro
Cultivar: Caturra
Process: Honey
Altitude: 1400-1500m
Harvest: December – January
Notes: Chocolate hazelnut wafer – fruit jam


Costa Rica is a small country located in the heart of the Central America and is renowned for consistently producing high quality coffees. Ever since Arabica was first introduced into the country in the 1770s, the cultivation of has played a key role in Costa Rica’s history and still continues to be an important export for the country’s export economy. There are unique tropical microclimates across the high-altitude terrain of Tarrazú where Costa’s Rica’s highly-prized coffees are cultivated and harvested each year.



Sourced through our friends at Café Imports, Finca Los Hermanos produces excellent coffee under the careful stewardship of the three brothers José Luís, Eduardo, and Juan Carlos. The brothers, alongside their two sisters established the Café Navarro micro-mill which continues a century-long family history in coffee production. Dedicated to environmentally friendly cultivation methods, their high-quality standards are well known in the region, and Café Navarro today stands for careful processing methods and consistently high-quality coffees. Their mission statement is, “Sabemos que unidos somos capaces de lograr lo imposible,” or “we know that together we are capable of achieving the impossible.”



Thanks to the unique micro-climates which form in the region, the beans have matured homogeneously and have granted this year’s honey-process harvest of ripe red Caturra cherries with an exceptional cup profile. Gently roasted to emphasise the rich chocolatey body, this coffee also offers up aromatics of hazelnut and sweet fruit jam in the cup.

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