West Valley, Costa Rica

Some of the first immigrant farmers ever to settle in Costa Rica arrived in the 1800s, and like all true coffee lovers, to ensure they’d be able to sip their favorite brew in their new land, they brought coffee seeds and seedlings with them. The West Valley coffee region has been called one of the most complex due to microclimates and the possibility of collecting the ripe cherry during the summer months. Morning sunshine, afternoon rain, volcanic soils and high elevations without frost--coffee growing heaven!

The West Valley, on the far west edge of the country’s coffee growing regions produces almost 25% of Costa Rica’s total coffee, and also garners an extremely high percentage of Cup of Excellence winners.

Some of the first immigrant farmers ever to settle in Costa Rica arrived in the 1800s, and like all true coffee lovers, to ensure they’d be able to sip their favorite brew in their new land, they brought coffee seeds and seedlings with them. The West Valley coffee region has been called one of the most complex due to microclimates and the possibility of collecting the ripe cherry during the summer months. Morning sunshine, afternoon rain, volcanic soils and high elevations without frost--coffee growing heaven!

The West Valley, on the far west edge of the country’s coffee growing regions produces almost 25% of Costa Rica’s total coffee, and also garners an extremely high percentage of Cup of Excellence winners.

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