Costa Rica Canet is well-known for its musician series with coffees named after famous classical composers. Each has a fruity profile and distinct character as the music itself.
On the day of harvesting, the coffee cherries are floated and sent to dry on African beds for at least three days, then after finding an optimal time, the skin of the cherries is removed, the mucilage is retained, and the cherries will be sent for drying.
There must be slowly dried to ensure the surface of the coffee has the fermentation processing, but not too slow that might risk the coffee to over ferment. During the drying process, the cherries must be turned over and over at a fast frequency to allow for even dry.
The overall texture offers rich tastes and changes and saturated with oils while retaining a clean taste. The sweetness of the coffee is excellent! The acidic changes from berry to citrus acidity provide a rich and varied experience at different levels. The unique processes in the farm are named after the famous musicians like Mozart, J.S. Bach and Beethoven.
This raisin honey processed coffee is a complex one, super fruity with blackberry, plum and orange fruitiness, finish with hints of roasted almond and toffee finish. This is the kind of coffee that will totally blow your mind.