The Facusse family at Finca Tres Milagros is committed to producing top-quality coffee, thanks to their favorable climate and 1,550-meter high-altitude location.
The Facusse family has run Finca Tres Milagros for 50+ years, overseeing all aspects of production. They remain committed to producing top-quality coffee, aided by favorable climate and 1,550-meter high altitude.
The Facusse family started with Bourbon and Catuai at Finca Tres Milagros but diversified to include Geisha, Typica, Villa Sarchi and more to focus on specialty coffee. This lot features Red Bourbon.
The coffee cherries are handpicked, sorted, fermented in polypropylene bags for 48 hours, then fermented anaerobically in sealed tanks for 96 hours. After fermentation, they're dried on raised beds for 20 days with frequent raking.
Cherry is rested for 2-3 months at the farm's warehouse before being milled and exported by Tesoros del Café in Cartago. Costa Rica is a highly advanced coffee-producing country in Central America due to its diverse coffee varieties, technical expertise, and focus on production.
Costa Rica's climate contributes to the quality of its coffee, which is grown in eight regions: Guanacaste, West Valley, Turrialba, Central Valley (Valle Central), Tres Rios, Brunca, Orosi, and Tarrazú in Central Valley.