Hiro. Costa Rica, Tarrazu, ‘Tito’ Monge
$ 20.00 – $ 130.00
The Hiro is more of a wild and adventurous profile. Any origin goes, the roast level depends on the coffee but we keep it in line with the rest, light to medium. Typically it would be a coffee with notes not typically associated with its origin. Lately we’ve been sourcing super exotic Colombians with amazing winy and tropical notes.
Specific coffee origin traceability below.
Whole Bean, Single Origin Coffees.
Currently – Costa Rica, Tarrazu, ‘Tito’ Monge, La Bendita
Before depulping, Cristian does an extra ‘reposado’ step (meaning rest). After picking the ripest cherries, he lets the cherries sit in a sealed holding tank for 36 hours to help normalize moisture. This means a more even roast, and uniform cup.
Reposado Honey, Red catuai varietal, 1500-1600 MASL, cherries rested for 32 hours, patio dried for 12-15 days. Sourced by Apex.