Costa Rica

Costa Rica

When coffee first came to Costa Rica is the subject of some debate, but it's likely coffee arrived from the Johnny Appleseed of coffee, the Caribbean islands, the most productive coffee region in the world in the late 18th and early 19th century. By 1850 almost all Costa Rican coffee was being shipped to London through an exclusive arrangement with a single shipping company, which brought back advanced technologies of the time, one of the reasons Costa Rica was an early adopter of advances, both mechanical and agricultural, in coffee production.
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  1. Melon liqueur, black treacle, grape, sherry
    P8002095-10
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  2. Negroni, green grape, red cherry, botanicals
    P8002095-5
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  3. Mango, orange, port, soy sauce. Intense and complex.
    P8002095-9
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