Café Rivense del Chirripó is a family micromill founded by Régulo Ureña and Isabel Rojas in 2005, located in southern part of Costa Rica, Brunca region settled in a micro-region called Chirripó.
El Bambú is the youngest producing farm owned by the Ureña Rojas Family, cultivated with Catuai variety and it owes its name to a yellow bamboo strain that grows between the coffee trees and gives shade to surrounding plants. The coffee was picked on crop top and is a natural process dried for around 22 days.
|Farm Name||El Bambú|
|Farmer/Rep.||ISABEL ROJAS GONZÁLEZ|
|Size (30kg boxes)||16|
|City||Pérez Zeledón, Rivas|
|Program||Costa Rica 2019|
|Aroma/Flavor||Vanilla, syrup, caramel apple, green florals, hazelnut, grapes, cacao nibs, watermellon, honey suckle|
|Acidity||citric, tartaric, black grape like|
|Coffee Growing Area||10 MANZANAS|
|Farm Size||10 MANZANAS|
|Auction Lot Size (lbs.)||1058.24|
|Auction Lot Size (kg)||480|