Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee
Costa Rica Tres Rios
|Roaster Location:||Reno, Nevada|
|Coffee Origin:||Tres Rios growing region, near San Jose, central Costa Rica|
|Review Date:||January 2006|
A big, deep, simple gesture of a coffee. Roundly resonant aroma with fresh-cut cedar and semi-sweet chocolate notes. Reveals a slight bitter edge in the cup, but remains fundamentally deep, rich and full-bodied, complicated by continuing cedar and raisin-toned dark chocolate notes.
Tres Rios, on the outskirts of the Costa Rican capital San Jose, is one of the classic Costa Rican growing regions. The Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee Company roasts, of course, on a machine that uses oak wood as a heat source. Nominated by reader Matt Mathavorn. Visit
Who Should Drink It
Those whose aesthetic runs toward understated richness.
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This review originally appeared in the January, 2006 tasting report: Romance and Perfection: 2006 Readers' Choices