Producer Information

Juan Ramón Alvarado

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Micromill: Brumas del Zurquí
Email: asesoriacomercial@cafebrumasdelzurqui.cr
Address: San Francisco, San Isidro, Heredia, Detrás de la Escuela Pública San Francisco, Heredia, San Isidro, 40104
Phones: 22680224 /
Elevation: 1300-1500 m.a.s.l.
Harvest: December-March
Species: Arabica
Cultivar/variety: Caturra , Bourbon , Geisha , Villa Sarchí
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Awards given to farms

2012

  • Cup of Excellence, Zamora 1 place

2013

  • Cup of Excellence, La Nena 7 place

2015

  • Cup of Excellence, El Beneficio 2 place
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I am a descendent of the Rodríguez Carballo family, coffee producers since 1880. Therefore, we are a Costa Rican production company with more than a hundred years of experience in the cultivation of coffee. We also have been in the industrialization processing and coffee marketing for the last 10 years. Furthermore, we have distinguished ourselves for being a high-quality and fine coffee producer. Our coffee is carefully selected from our farms, where rigorous conservation techniques and environmental practices are applied.

Our brand "Café Brumas del Zurquí" is commercialized internationally, mainly in Asian countries. It has obtained recognition for being a Boutique Café, according to the SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America) Protocol.

We have ​​increased our efforts to maintain an adequate production process, aimed at obtaining high-quality products. For this reason, we have pursued continuous innovation and strict quality controls to guarantee the excellence of our products and the quality of their cup.

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