Costa Rica Alama Negra-Natural
|Region||Sabanilla de Alajuela|
|Proc. Method||Alma Negra|
Soft body and extremely well balanced. Juicy, sweet and cherry notes, with winey after-tones and nuances of fruit and tropical flavors make for excellent light to medium roasts for this coffee.
- Yellow Honey: Coffee is turned hourly on raised beds for a few days, then transferred to a greenhouse and turned regularly.
- Red Honey: Coffee is turned several times a day and dried for longer in the greenhouse.
- Black Honey: Coffee is turned once a day.
- Perla Negra Natural: Coffee dries directly in the sun for 10 days, rotating constantly, and then is transferred to bags and left for 2–3 days before being moved to raised beds.
- Alma Negra: Drying starts in the greenhouse for a few days. Then it is brought to the greenhouse and piled up at night and moved to the raised beds during the sunshine hours.
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