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Paritilla
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An exceptional coffee reflecting the passion, curiosity and expertise of a producer guided by innovation and a quest for perfection.
Quality
86+
Quantity
Rare
Education points
100
MICROLOT
Paritilla
Paritilla
Aserri | Tarrazu
Costa Rica
Producer
William Mora Moreno
Altitude
1500 - 1550 m
Environment
Montainous
Species
arabica
Varietal
Red catuai , Red caturra
Harvest period
December to february
Harvest type
Manual
Process
Unwashed
Drying
African beds
Sensory profile
« This microlot gives us beautiful flavours of nuts, lemon, caramel and prune.  »
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THE MICROLOT RANGE
Traceability: Plot
An exceptional coffee reflecting the passion, curiosity and expertise of a producer guided by innovation and a quest for perfection.
Quality
86+
Quantity
Rare
Education points
100

ABOUT

This coffee comes from the Tarrazu region, renowned for producing excellent quality coffee. 95% of the coffee in this region is classified as SHB. The region's climate is unique, characterised by 7 consecutive months of rain (May to November), followed by 5 months of dry weather (December to April). The flowering period extends from November to March.

Cultivated at the heart of a family farm, the coffee cherries are harvested during the dry season then delivered to the ASOPROAAA association. They are dried on African beds and turned regularly to ensure optimum and uniform drying conditions. The coffee is natural-processed, which gives it more character.

PARITILLA

Finca Paritilla is a farm located at the heart of the Tarrazu region in Costa Rica. It is owned by its producer, William Mora Moreno. Purchased in 1980 by his family, the farm now has 20 hectares of plantations, more than 80% of which are dedicated to coffee production.


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Preparation

The coffee is harvested, sorted, then dried on African beds.

PARITILLA

Strengths

Tarrazu area | Complexe profile | Natural profile

The history of the producer

The story
of the producer

The Mora Moreno family, which has owned Finca Paritilla since 1980, has been a member of ASOPROAAA for many years. This association was created in September 1998 by Hurricane Mitch and now has over 1,200 coffee and citrus fruit producing family members in the areas around Acosta, Jorco and Palmichal. The organisation effectively supports an entire community of producers, providing financial, commercial and technical assistance for all its members and implementing programmes to improve the living conditions of producers and their families. ASOPROAAA has played a decisive role in boosting agricultural production in the region by guaranteeing a quality product range and excellent production traceability. By working with producers of all sizes, the association has been able to diversify its range and offer significant volumes of coffees with specific profiles as well as small producer lots.

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