Balanced session espresso
Costa Rica
Entre Ríos



Variety Red Obatá, Marsellesa
Altitude 1400 masl
Process Washed
Harvest January 2023
Notes Milk ChocolatePecan nutsRaisin

With this cup, we enjoy a creamy, sweet body, with very clear notes of milk chocolate and pecans. Aromas of plum, raisins and cocoa powder with a long and slightly fruity cherry aftertaste.

Entre Rios grows in the middle of Costa Rica, in the region of Cartago, and it is already a flagship coffee at nomad, after having a direct trade with the producer for six years in a row.
Sitting on the slopes of the Turrialba volcano, at 1400 masl, this one is the largest coffee farm in Costa Rica. There are plenty of springs around the land that connect both of the two great rivers that surround it, Turrialba and Acquires. This is a majestic place where we can still find vestiges of an ancient indigenous settlement.

The fully washed process at Aquiares starts with a selection of the most healthy and heavy fruits by floating them. After that, they are de-pulped and the mucilage is mechanically removed before taking them to the tanks for a 6 hours of partial fermentation. They are pre-dried in a Centrilux and then they stay in a Guardiola for a full drying for 32 hours at a range between 45º – 55º grades centigrade. Once the process is done, it is stored in wooden silos in a basement where they stay stable humidity ambience that guarantees an excellent coffee.

At the time of replicating the recipe, there are different variables that can interfere with the final result of the cup, such as the roast date, bean conservation, environment, water, machine condition, etc. It is important to remember that all these factors can have an influence and that you may have to make small adjustments to replicate this recipe.

18 gr in
40 gr out
32 seconds

Machine: La Marzocco, Micra
Grind: Victoria Arduino, Mythos one
Recommended mineral water: Ribes
TDS and extraction percentaje: 9,49 and 21,97%