The farm is called Flor de Café that means Coffee Flower. This name was chosen by my daughters Karla and Cristel in one occasion that we walked thru the farm and it was in full bloom. With much admiration to see how beautiful is the plant when the flowering period is that they suggested this name.
This farm has been in my family for over 16 years. I inherited it from my father Manuel Barrantes who taught us to work and value the work that is done to the coffee. This farm is located 1500 meters high in Lourdes de Naranjo. In this farm are planted about 8000 Kenya coffee trees and the area of the farm is 4 hectares.
|Finca Flor De Café
|Karla Dayanna Barrantes Molina
|Size (30kg boxes)
|Naranjo, Cirri, Lourdes
|Costa Rica 2019
|tropical fruit, caramel, sweet, grapefruit, honey, caramel, sweet lemon, blackberries, rhubarb, red berries tea
|tartaric, dimensional, complex, structured, persisten, sparkling
|good body, creamy, viscous
|Coffee Growing Area
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