Immerse yourself in the beautiful taste of La Isabella Washed green coffee from Costa Rica. Grown in the nutrient-rich volcanic soil of Tres Rios, this single estate takes utmost care in cultivating coffee at 1,600 meters above sea level, delivering coffee beans filled with flavour and quality.
Enjoy a coffee with low acidity and notes of vanilla and chocolate, enhanced by a hint of butter and walnut. The washed process used at La Isabella Estate ensures a clean and sweet cup, highlighting bright, floral acidity and a touch of sweet cinnamon, adding to its complex character.
Available in 69kg bags, La Isabella Washed green coffee is perfect for roasters desiring the well-rounded, vibrant flavours of Costa Rican specialty coffee.
What is so special about this coffee?
The La Isabella Washed Green Coffee is unique because of where and how it grows. The coffee plants in the volcanic soil of Tres Rios, Costa Rica, soak up rich nutrients, sitting 1,600 meters above sea level. This perfect environment helps the coffee beans fill with deep, rich flavours.
At La Isabella Estate, the beans are washed carefully. This method removes bitterness and leaves a smooth, sweet cup of coffee behind. You get a drink with lovely low acidity and a mix of flavours like vanilla, chocolate, and a touch of butter and walnut. Each sip comes with a hint of sweet cinnamon, too. This coffee isn’t just tasty. It’s a drink that brings you the traditions, care, and passion of the La Isabella Estate, making every cup a memorable 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.