The coffees of Santa Cruz, are produced in very fertile lands in the biosphere of the triumph reserve, cultivated and processed by the Argüello Enriquez family at an altitude of 1680 meters above sea level, the place is a paradise for its fauna and flora. The rainy season is from May to September and the coffee harvest season begins in December and finishes in April. The coffee plantation has shade from trees such as chalum (Humiriastrum procerum), fruit trees such as mandarine, avocado. It employees during harvest season 50 collaborators from nearby communities. The process done in Farm Santa Cruz are washed, naturals and honey. The varieties in the farm is Gesha, Borbuon, Typica, Sarchimor, Obata. The growing land for gesha is 5 hectars. The producer belongs to ORGANIZACIÓN DE CAFETALEROS LA CONCORDIA, S.P.R. DE R.L., which has organic certification for NOP for USA market, CE for European market and LOP for Mexican market.

Farm Information
  • Farm Name
    Santa Cruz
  • Farmer
    Cruz José Arguello Miceli
  • Altitude
    1640 meters
  • Farm Size
    20 hectars
  • Score
  • Rank
  • Awards
    Presidential Award
Lot Information
  • Year
  • Processing System
  • Variety
  • Overall
    blueberry,well defined, transparent, juicy, complex, elegant, rhubarb, buttery, rich mouthfeel, taste held.
  • Aroma / Flavor
    jasmine, bergamot, lemongrass, vanilla, honesuckle, orange, plum jam, perfumed, port wine, nougat, prune, lavendar, very sweet
  • Acidity
    malic, refined, malic and citric, delicate,