A light and refreshing filter coffee with a stone fruits dominant reminiscent of yellow plum, sweet tropical fruit undertones and some dried fruits on the finish.
The three Sanchez sisters continue their father’s dream, to produce beautiful speciality coffee. Sixtolman Sanchez worked very hard during his life to create a beautiful farm in Naranjo (West-Valley) Costa Rica. The farm, is divided into different lots, each lot is harvested and processed separately. This year we selected a coffee from ‘’La casa’’, a lot named after its proximity to the Sanchez Family house. Once the cherries were picked they were processed at their neighbouring farm Sumav, a farm owned by Francisco Mena.
Sixtolman Sanchez created this farm which is now managed by his daughter Milagro in the beautiful microregion of Naranjo, West Valley of Costa Rica. This season was the first year he has attempted to process his own coffee after harvesting. Instead of selling the coffee cherries to the local market he built a small pulping facility, designed by his daughter and her cousin who are both architects.
The family are undoubtedly innovators; they created a storage facility for their parchment coffee; constructed from a specialized space-age reflective coated surface that controls heat; and they installed dehumidifiers to stabilize the moisture within the warehouse. This attention to detail enables them to produce these high scoring “exclusive reserve” coffees.