Our annual jar coffee is back and better than ever. As you would expect, this apothecary-style jar holds all the fuel you need. Year 2 working with Aquiares in Costa Rica and the red honey process Centroamericano variety continues to blow our minds. This year we're tasting a massive amount of sweetness from vanilla to brown sugar. The vibrance is reminiscent of a pineapple upside-down cake with a black cherry finish.
Roast House has supported World Coffee Research for over 3 years now, donating an additional fee per pound of green coffee we purchase across the board. This year, that support has paid off with a delightful harvest of the Aquiares estate in Turialba, Costa Rica. The World Coffee Research variety, Centroamericano, was grown 1,300 meters above sea level and processed using the red honey method.
Try it on Drip, Pour Over or Espresso.
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