Green Mountain Coffee
Costa Rica Las Lajas Honey Process
|Roaster Location:||Waterbury, Vermont|
|Coffee Origin:||Alajuela growing region, Costa Rica.|
|Review Date:||November 2008|
Aromatic notes of chocolate, peppery spices, nuts and soft, sweet-toned fruit. Rounded, balanced acidity, with full, buttery mouthfeel. Sweet raisin-like fruit notes in the cup fade toward dark chocolate and nut. A cocoaish chocolate carries into the finish.
The term Honey Process refers to coffee prepared by the pulped natural processing method, meaning the skin is removed from the coffee fruit immediately after picking, but the seeds or beans are dried with the sweet pulp, or fruit flesh, still adhering to them. Keurig/Green Mountain, formerly Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, pioneered single-serve capsule brewing in the United States with its Keurig brewing system, and remains one of the country’s leading large specialty roasters, offering a particularly wide-ranging variety of origins and roast styles. Visit www.GreenMountainCoffee.com or call 888-879-4627 for more information.
Who Should Drink It
Those looking for a softer, sweeter variation of the classic Costa Rica profile.
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