Vista al Valle is a family micro mill dedicated to coffee growing, located in the West Valley coffee region in Costa Rica, recognized for producing one of the best coffees in the world. Vista al Valle micro mill was founded in 2013 by the Arrieta Brenes family. The name of Vista al Valle was born because of the beautiful landscape overlooking the central valley, the capital and the wonderful sunrises that are seen over the central volcanic mountain range. 
At the beginning of 2013, the Vista al Valle micro mill had the great opportunity to participate in the “Cup of Excellence and they won the first place with Finca Fidel with a score of 90.75. From this recognition, our coffee has been exported to countries such as: United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, the Middle East, South Korea, among others.
The Vista al Valle family works hard every day, both on the farms and in the mill, with the aim of producing a coffee bean with special characteristics.
Beneficio Vista al Valle has social and environmental responsibility policies. They maintain an excellent work team with collaborators of professional Panamanian indigenous families in the harvesting of the mature coffee bean. The relationship has been maintained for more than ten years and much of their success has been thanks to their excellent work and dedication. 
Vista al Valle works with different Arabica varieties such as: Caturra, Villa Sarchí, Villalobos, Geisha, Bourbon, Híbrido 17, Pacamara, among others. This specific lot from Finca don Fidel, is a is a SL-28 variety and a honey process.

Farm Information
  • Farm Name
  • Farmer
    Marlene Mayela Brenes Morera
  • Score
Lot Information
  • Year
  • Processing System
  • Variety
  • Overall
    Overall Sweet , Black Tea, Blackberry, Good body, Lingering, Molasses, Smooth mouthfeel
  • Aroma / Flavor
    Caramel , Dark Chocolate , Black Tea , Cacao Nibs , Floral , Green Grape , Lime , Milk Chocolate , Biscuity, Blackberry, Brown Spice, Brown Sugar, Cacao, Cane sugar, Cereal-like, Chocolate, Clove, Cranberry, Dried Fig, Earl Grey
  • Acidity
    Lactic , Blackberry, Citric Acid, Grape, Malic Acid, Plum, Stone Fruit

Valle Occidental, Costa Rica


National Winner