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Costa Rica Pacamara 250G

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Pacamara coffee beans take their name from the variety grown by Carole Zbinden, at the heart of the El Quizarra farm in Costa Rica. This variety is highly sought after on coffee farms for its attractive and unique characteristics. This cross between bourbon and maragogype produced by the Salvador Institute is a micro-lot of coffee planted at Carole's in 2017. Always in search of new products, sustainable coffees and unique quality in her field, Carole decided to plant Pacamara on her farm in 2017, a micro-lot which was given to her by a neighboring producer as a gift. For more than 7 years, Carole has been growing, harvesting and roasting her Pacamara coffee to reveal the unique peach aromas. Lively and delicious at the same time, it is ideal for gentle preparations such as French press, slow coffee, and is also very delicious in espresso. Who is Carole Zbinden? Carole Zbinden is an independent coffee producer in Costa Rica and manages her farm “El Quizarra” at over 1,400 meters above sea level, a family farm passed down from her father. Carole owns a farm of more than 14 hectares where the coffee trees are located as well as her mill for processing the beans. It places a strong emphasis on sustainability, since it is aware that the majority of carbon emissions are linked to agriculture. This is why its plantation has implemented systems to reduce water and energy consumption, by exploiting various waste from the plantation such as parchment or pulp. In fact, this coffee “process” waste makes it possible to enrich the soil, without consuming more water or energy. Discover where Carole's farm is located, at an altitude of more than 1,400 meters near the volcano...
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The rare Pacamara coffee, grown in the heart of Carole Zbinden's farm in Costa Rica, is the perfect combination of bourbon and maragogype offering a complex and unique aroma.🌳

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Pacamara coffee beans take their name from the variety grown by Carole Zbinden, at the heart of the El Quizarra farm in Costa Rica. This variety is highly sought after on coffee farms for its attractive and unique characteristics. This cross between bourbon and maragogype produced by the Salvador Institute is a micro-lot of coffee planted at Carole's in 2017.

Always in search of new products, sustainable coffees and unique quality in her field, Carole decided to plant Pacamara on her farm in 2017, a micro-lot which was given to her by a neighboring producer as a gift. For more than 7 years, Carole has been growing, harvesting and roasting her Pacamara coffee to reveal the unique peach aromas. Lively and delicious at the same time, it is ideal for gentle preparations such as French press, slow coffee, and is also very delicious in espresso.

Who is Carole Zbinden?

Carole Zbinden is an independent coffee producer in Costa Rica and manages her farm “El Quizarra” at over 1,400 meters above sea level, a family farm passed down from her father. Carole owns a farm of more than 14 hectares where the coffee trees are located as well as her mill for processing the beans.

It places a strong emphasis on sustainability, since it is aware that the majority of carbon emissions are linked to agriculture. This is why its plantation has implemented systems to reduce water and energy consumption, by exploiting various waste from the plantation such as parchment or pulp. In fact, this coffee “process” waste makes it possible to enrich the soil, without consuming more water or energy.

Discover where Carole's farm is located, at an altitude of more than 1,400 meters near the volcano...

Aromas peach
Strength 6
Acidity 2/5
Origin Costa Rica
Production region Vallée Centrale
Coffee plantation El Quizarra
Coffee farmer Carole Zbinden
Altitude 1400-1700 m
Type of soil volcanic
Area of the farm 14 ha
Composition 100% Arabica
Variety Bourbon,Maragogype
Process Honey process
Score 87.5+
Conditioning 250G
Character Lively
Made in Switzerland
More information on the blog Portrait de Carole Zbinden, producteur de café de spécialité

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