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At Cafe Britt, we strive for perfection and dedication in serving you. That's why we are committed to making things right if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase.
We never leave quality to chance. We pay detailed attention to our production, and our shipments are hand packed and carefully inspected before leaving our warehouse. But in the event your order was not fulfilled correctly or you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us immediately by email at [email protected] or call 1-800-GO BRITT . We will fully replace any items you are not happy with or send you a refund. Cafe Britt cannot receive product returns or make exchanges. (For more information about this policy, please contact us via the number or email address provided). You can give the best suited use to any unwanted items. Our commitment to quality is reflected in several initiatives that allow Cafe Britt to constantly monitor and improve our services, processes and products, thus assuring 100% satisfaction.
Located southeast of the capital city San José, Tarrazú is known worldwide for producing some of the best tasting coffee. The area is so famous it's called “La Cuna del Café Costarricense"—the area where Costa Rican coffee was born.
The coffee plants in this region grow in small valleys amongst Costa Rica's tallest mountain range, Talamanca. This is essential to the coffee quality because it provides a large amount of shade and improves the sustainability of the farms. The region's high altitude, number of sunlight hours received each day, and 2500 millimeters of rain each year also contribute to the development of the coffee plants.
Tarrazú's economy revolves around coffee. Contrary to other regions where each coffee plantation is owned by a few producers, Tarrazú's land is owned by many small producers. They joined forces years ago to form cooperatives in order to help each other and seek uniformity in coffee quality.
We work with one of the largest cooperatives in the region (over 3500 coffee producers), which supports and educates their producers on environmentally friendly growing practices.
Our medium roast, allows the caramelized sugars to rise to the surface of the beans and highlight a chocolaty flavor with surprising hints of citrusy grapefruit. The resulting cup has a good body and a marked acidity with an overall flavor that is strong, unique, and delicious.