Costa Rican SHB coffee stands for Strictly Hard Bean, which
means that the coffee was grown at an altitude of above 1350 meters. This high
elevation gives the coffee beans a harder and denser structure, which results
in more complex and refined flavours. Costa Rican SHB coffee is usually
processed by the washed method, which removes the fruit pulp and enhances the
acidity and clarity of the cup. Costa Rican SHB coffee has a clean and lively
taste, with notes of chocolate, almonds, citrus, and wine. It is a versatile
and balanced coffee that can be enjoyed in various brewing methods.