Costa Rica

Granitos de Ortiz

Golden Raisin · Lemongrass · Black Tea

$21.00

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Complex yet balanced, this year's Ortiz 2000 boasts sugar-browning notes of toffee along with a citric acidity that's cleansing and crisp.

  • Bean Details
    Producer

    The Familia Calderon

    Country

    Costa Rica

    Region

    Santa María, Dota, Tarrazu

    Cultivar

    Catuai

    Process

    Wet-Process

    Elevation

    1,600 - 1,700 Meters

    Harvest

    December - April

    Tasting Notes

    Golden Raisin, Lemongrass, Black Tea

  • Farmlevel Story

    Farmlevel

    When crediting a “producer” for any given coffee, we’re typically referring to a single person, often a land-owner; who cultivates coffee trees, pays pickers to harvest them, oversees processing (or delivers and sells coffee to a wet-mill) and is more or less directly accountable for the quality of his produce. In the case of the Calderon family; it’d be impossible to credit just one of them.

    From Don Omar Calderon, who diligently manages the family’s seven farms, to the three formidable Calderon sisters - Yoanna, Diana and Yoxise - who oversee processing at their micro-mill, to Doña Yorleni who treated us to coffee - brewed with a traditional cloth dripper - in their family’s kitchen; the Granitos de Altura del Ortiz micro-mill is fueled by the palpable spirit, enthusiasm and, well... "Verve" that the familia Calderon has for producing specialty coffee.

    This catuai selection comes from their 1800 meter farm known simply as Ortiz 1800. Once the ripe cherries are delivered to their micro-mill, the pulp and skin are removed using a finely-calibrated depulper and demucilager. The coffee is then dried on patios for 10-12 days.

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