Why drink a single estate coffee? Why drink Black Toucan Coffee?
Imagine you have two grapes varieties in a bowl in front of you. One of those is a Concord grape and the other one is a Thompson Seedless grape. The Concord grape has a purple-blue color and a sweeter flavor. The Thompson Seedless grape is light green, slightly smaller, and it has a slightly sour flavor. If you eat half of each grape at the same time, you will have a confusion flavor sensation. The same is true with blends of coffee.
Black Toucan Coffee is a single estate coffee. When you drink it, you’ll feel like you are right here on one of our Costa Rican Coffee Farms, tasting a true Costa Rican Tarrazu flavor.
✅ Specialty Grade Coffee grown at 1,650 m a.s.l. (meters above sea level) in the high mountains of the Costa Rican Central Valley.
✅ Handpicked, honey sundried processed.
✅ Cup profile: Fruity fragrance, sweet, caramel aroma, round body, high and rich acidity, fruit and chocolate flavor.
We are proud to present this batch of coffee and we hope you enjoy!
How to make a good cup of coffee ☕️
✅ Step 1: Measure on a scale 30 grams (2 TBSP) of Black Toucan Coffee for every 6 oz of clean water.
✅ Step 2: Heat up water in a kettle. It need to be around 200-205 F when starting to pour.
✅ Step 3: Start pouring clean water over the grounds. Pour just enough to cover all the coffee.
✅ Step 4: Pour in cups and enjoy hot.
✅ Other recommendations: Use bottled (purified) water, heat the infusion method previously, make a pre-infusion, add to the coffee once put in the filter or infusion method with a little water until it grows like a brownie. For Auto-Drip or Chemex use medium grind, for French Press use coarse grind.