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Unlike in the West Valley, the flowering in Tarrazu was in full swing.
As we drove up into the coffee country, the hillsides looked as if they had been sprinkled with powdered sugar, some trees being almost more white flowers than green leaves.
Lowering the car windows immediately filled the car with an overwheming scent of coffee flower, like lilac or jasmine, mixed with the smell of coffee pulp and smoke from wood fired ovens.
The Puente Tarrazu mill is becoming a regular contributor to the Square Mile coffee offer list.
The mill is a partnership between 6 local families, led by Rodolfo Rivera, and this year we picked up a lot from their Finca El Sur for Red Brick, as well as a small lot from Rodolfo’s Finca San Martin 1900.
Puente Tarrzu mill their own coffees as well as neighbouring ones.
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