Finca La Falda Grande is a 10.5 hectare farm owned by 3rd generation coffee farmer Eduardo Navarro Ceciliano. The farm is in the mountains near Cartago in central Costa Rica. It is within the Rio Jorco milling region that does both wet and dry milling for a high level of quality control. The owners of Rio Jorco have also been in the coffee industry for several generations. They are extremely focused on quality milling as well as conservation of the land around there own farms. 75% of their farm has been set aside as a private reserve.
Elevation: 4760-4925 ft
Variety: Caturra, Catuai
Process: Fully washed, sun dried
Tasting Notes: Lemon curd, creamy, caramel, toffee.
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