Costa Rica Finca Las Hermanas
Eduardo Navarro Jiminez and his brother Juan Carlos Navarro Ceciliano share a 100-year family history in coffee production. The brothers own several farms, and in 2016 Eduardo established Coffee NACE Micromill. An important part of Juan and his brother Eduoardo's mission statement is; ”We know that together we are capable of achieving the impossible."
Coffee was planted in Costa Rica in the late 1700s, and it was the first Central American country to have a fully established coffee industry.
Costa Rica contributes less than 1% of the world’s coffee production, yet it has a strong reputation for producing good quality coffee.
In recent years, coffee producers are increasingly interested in using variety selection as a way to stand out in the competitive market.
Micromills have been at the forefront of the processing innovations that have put Costa Rican coffees in the spotlight.