Finca Viuda

Caramel, Red Grape, Almond

Variety: Catuai

Processing: White Honey

Crop Year: 2017

Origin: Tarrazu, Costa Rica

Producers: Roger Urena

Altitude: 1700m

Roger Urena is a master at the honey processing method, crafting nuanced coffees with a great balance of sweet and savory flavor notes. We're stoked to be bringing you another of his spectacular coffees, this time from his Finca Viuda farm in Tarrazu. These Catuai beans are white-honey processed and rotated during drying to encourage consistency bean-to-bean.

This coffee has a very straightforward caramel sweetness, which kicks off the flavor profile. A juicy red grape note accentuates the body, while an almond note offers a touch of nutty smoothness to the overall flavor. The layers of taste in Finca Viuda make for an involved and intriguing brew that we just love.

Sherri R.


Member Since
January '18
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Finca Viuda

Thoroughly enjoyed this coffee. One of my favorites, so far.




Member Since
February '18
7stars 47a7352655fa3ded048196554760f61df8d9125f29993e54d673bd8cd254c1f2

Not what I was expecting, but not bad.

This was my first experience with white honey processing. I'm a big fan of lighter, sweeter beans. My brain automatically assigned those kinds of qualities to this bean before I tasted it, because of the "honey" involved. Turns out, that's not what was in the cup. Don't get me wrong: It was really good. Nutty, caramel-y, slightly earthy. Enjoyed the whole bag. Just wasn't what I had planned for my palate.



Point Pleasant Boro

Member Since
March '18
7stars 47a7352655fa3ded048196554760f61df8d9125f29993e54d673bd8cd254c1f2

More of an after dinner coffee than a morning brew

Good taste; however, a bit sweet for my morning cup of coffee.


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