Costa Rica - Tres Milagros - Geisha Mossto Anaerobic
The Tres Milagros farm ('Three miracles') is a 105-hectare estate located in the famous Tres Rios region of Costa Rica. It is managed by Nelsyn Hernandez, a Honduran agronomic engineer and banana farmer by trade, who moved to Costa Rica in 2010 to revive the farm which had been abandoned for many years. Through mismanagement and neglect, the trees hadn't been renovated for many years and productivity was low. This is how the farm got the name Tres Milagros; it was going to need a miracle to save it. Once taking stewardship of the farm, Nelsyn set about improving quality and productivity. Old, unhealthy trees were removed, and replaced with high yield, high quality varieties. A deliberate and strategic fertilisation and soil management policy was implemented, more qualified employees were hired to improve practices on the farm. With these improved practices in place, Nelsyn looked to how processing could take the quality of his coffee to greater heights. In 2013, Nelsyn met Camilo Merizalde, the director of the Santuario Project and a decorated coffee producer in his native Colombia. With Nelsyn's agronomic background and Camilo's experience in post-harvest management, Tres Milagros has gone from strength to strength, producing some of the finest Costa Rican coffees.
ALTITUDE : 1525m
ORIGIN : Costa Rica, Tres Rios
PROCESSING : Mossto Anaerobic Process
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