Costarica Yellow Honey Café Mujer

Once again, it is the CoopeTarrazù (Cooperativa de Cafcultores de Tarrazù RL) that brings us this specialty coffee, a cooperative with over 50 years of experience renowned for processing excellent coffee.

Like clockwork, during the harvesting season, every afternoon, the women of Café Mujer - coffee cultivated entirely by 74 women - with the objective of promoting and supporting gender equality and social equity, bring their cherries collected during the day to the reception station of CoopTarrazù.

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Specialty

Origin:
Costa Rica, Los Santos Tarrazu
Farm:
La Pastora
Farmer:
74 Mujeres
Variety:
Caturra & Catuai
Altitude:
1.450 – 1.700 masl
Processing:
Yellow Honey
Original bag net weight:
69kg
Harvest:
2023
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Cupping

Cupping score certified by Q-Graders and obtained through the SCA protocol.

Aroma: 8,00
Taste: 8,25
Acidity: 8,25
Body: 7,75
Aftertaste: 7,75
Equilibrium: 7,75
Global: 7,75
Uniformity: 10,00
Cup: 10,00
Sweetness: 10,00
Final score: 85,50
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Cupper's notes

Cupper's notes

An astonishing coffee, balanced and silky. It offers sweet hints of caramel and fruity notes of raspberries, blackberries, and cherries. It has a medium and pleasant citric acidity.

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Sweet Caramel
Fruity
Balanced
Complete
Green Coffee Analysis

Green Coffee Analysis

Grain analysis

Screen Screen: 17/18
Humidity Humidity: 10,9 %
Density Density: 773 g/L

Storage environment analysis

Humidity Humidity: 52 %
Temperature Temperature: 28° C
Analysis conducted on: 12/07/2023
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More Info

More Info

The freshly harvested cherries are immediately placed in large tanks, and the lighter cherries that float are removed. This marks the beginning of the extensive Honey process for these beans. After being immersed in the tanks, they are directed to pulping machines and demucilagers, which typically remove almost all of the mucilage layer, but in this case, only 50% is removed. The drying phase, done entirely under the sun, is crucial for the Honey method, as it should neither be too fast, which would prevent the flavors from being absorbed by the beans, nor too slow, as it could lead to the development of mold. Specifically, for this Yellow Honey process, the drying duration is 8 to 10 days.

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