Featured Roast: Double Up – Costa Rican Tarrazu “La Pastora”

One of the more popular coffees here at Art Brulant has been the Costa Rican micro-lot La Horqueta. Sad to say this particular coffee is about to run out. That is why I am introducing this week’s feature now — before the Horqueta is totally gone.

To give you the opportunity to see how a coffee can produce different flavours I have roasted the Costa Rican Tarrazu of the La Pastora cooperative in two different profiles. The medium roast has a similar roast profile to that of the La Horqueta. Light, bright, with a bit of sharpness to it. Though this is not to say that it lacks depth. The dark roast is a fair bit darker, lacking the brightness of its lighter cousin. It does on the other hand have a fair bit of intensity to it with some heavier notes coming through.

About Art Brûlant

Artist and Coffee Roaster who likes the outdoors, cycling and fly fishing and also operates "Art Brûlant" a coffee place with space for Art.
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