EST. 2023

The History

Nestled in the breathtaking high mountain region of Costa Rica lies a coffee farm that has stood the test of time since its establishment in 1907.

This family-run haven exudes a rich heritage passed down through generations, embodying a profound love for coffee cultivation.

As the morning mist gently dances with the vibrant sunbeams, the farm comes alive with a symphony of bustling activity. From meticulously tending to the coffee trees, to carefully handpicking the ripest cherries, the family's unwavering dedication to quality and sustainability is evident in every step of the process.

The farm's fertile volcanic soil coupled with the region's optimal climate and elevation yields beans of unparalleled flavor and complexity.

Here, amidst the picturesque landscape, visitors can immerse themselves in the captivating journey of coffee production, savoring the aroma of freshly roasted beans, and relishing in the warmth of a cup that carries with it a century of tradition and passion.


Best of the Best

Our Coffee Beans

Dark, medium, and light roast coffee beans refer to different levels of roasting that result in distinct flavors, aromas, and appearances. The key differences lie in the roasting time and temperature applied to the coffee beans.

Ultimately, the choice between dark, medium, and light roast coffee depends on personal preference, as each roast level offers a distinct flavor experience.
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Light RoastPreserves natural flavor.

Light Roast: Light roast beans are roasted for a shorter duration at lower temperatures, resulting in a lighter brown color and a dry surface. This roast preserves the natural flavors and characteristics of the coffee beans. Light roasts typically have a higher acidity, a milder body, and a pronounced brightness. They exhibit floral, fruity, and acidic notes, allowing the nuances of the coffee's origin to shine through.

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Medium Roast.Balanced choco-nutty.

Medium Roast: Medium roast beans are roasted for a slightly longer time and at a moderately higher temperature. They have a medium brown color with a slightly oilier surface compared to light roasts. Medium roasts strike a balance between the inherent flavors of the coffee beans and the flavors that arise from the roasting process. They offer a well-rounded taste, with a medium acidity, body, and flavor profile. Medium roasts tend to have more balanced flavors, with a combination of acidity, sweetness, and subtle notes of chocolate and nuttiness.

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Dark Roast.Rich and Full.

Dark Roast: Dark roast beans are roasted for a longer duration at higher temperatures, resulting in a dark brown or nearly black color, and a shiny or oily surface. This roast brings out bold, smoky flavors and minimizes the original flavors of the coffee beans. Dark roasts often have a lower acidity and a fuller body. They tend to exhibit rich, caramelized, and bittersweet flavors with prominent notes of chocolate, toasted nuts, and even a hint of char.

Happy Customers


"The Cafe` Ferguson decaf is one of the smoothest I've tried and I've been all over the world traveling for business."

John Doe,
New York, NY \ USA

"Whoa! This coffee is amazing!"

Mary Jane,
Chicago,IL | USA

"Le meilleur café torréfié foncé dans toute l'Europe." (The finest dark roast coffee all over Europe)

Luis Frank,
Aix-en-Provence, France



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