Discover our Honey Process Peaberry Green Coffee from the historic La Isabella Estate in the classic coffee region of Tres Rios, Costa Rica. Grown at 1600 meters, this coffee is known for its balanced and robust fruit, floral and nutty flavours.
A Peaberry bean is a small wonder. A natural mutation allows only one bean to develop inside the coffee cherry, leading to a richer and fuller flavour. This rare bean makes up just 5% of the world's coffee, making it a desired treat for coffee lovers. The honey processing method enhances the coffee's natural sweetness, juicy body, floral notes, and bright acidity. The result is a sweet, long-lasting aftertaste in every cup.
Available in 69kg bags, La Isabella Honey Process Peaberry Green Coffee is a perfect pick for those eager to explore the distinguished and unique flavours of Costa Rican specialty coffee.
What is so special about this coffee?
The La Isabella Honey Process Peaberry coffee is unique for several reasons. It comes from one of the most renowned coffee regions in Costa Rica, Tres Rios, known for its rich volcanic soils and ideal coffee-growing climate. Peaberry beans are found in only 5% of all coffee and have a more robust flavour.
Moreover, the honey processing method at La Isabella adds an extra touch of sweetness to the beans. This method leaves some fruit on the beans while they dry, giving them a sweet, rich taste. This technique, combined with the natural attributes of the peaberry bean, results in a cup of coffee characterized by vibrant fruitiness, balanced sweetness, and a full, rich body, making it a truly distinctive coffee experience.
The Secret behind Tres Rios
La Isabella Estate is located in the famed Tres Rios region of Costa Rica, a place celebrated for producing some of the world's finest coffee. This region's high-mountain climate, distinct seasons, and volcanic-enriched soil create the perfect environment for growing exceptional coffee.
At La Isabella, the Castro family ensures each coffee bean harvested is of the highest quality, emphasizing sustainability. The estate is dedicated to environmentally friendly and natural farming practices, aligning with the global movement towards sustainable coffee production. Despite Tres Rios being the smallest coffee-growing region in Costa Rica, its beans are in high demand worldwide, highlighting its significant role in the coffee industry.
About Finca La Isabella
Owned by the Castro family for nearly 120 years, the estate's roots trace back to 1888, when Mr. Teodosio Castro Angarita, an enterprising Colombian, established the first coffee estate in the region. Today, the third and fourth generations of the Castro family honour this tradition, managing La Isabella with the same dedication and passion, ensuring its distinctive place in the global coffee landscape. The estate's enduring family legacy and commitment to excellence solidify its unique status in the world of coffee.