• Tarrazu Coffee Farm And Mill, With Hydro Electric And Gravel Mina

    Desamparados, San Jose
  • $10,000,000 US


The farm is located 35 kilometers from San Jose, capital of Costa Rica. It has good access roads, internal and external, the entire estate is surrounded by several rivers, such as the Candelaria, The Wild and The Caraigres. The total area of the farm is 565 hectares: (301 hectares) in production (35 hectares) of cypress and oak forest. The temperature of this region is very nice, its average is 20 ° C (66 ° F), with a solar brightness of 44-54% and 2.150 hours of light. The relative humidity is 84.0%. The farm lands are at an altitude of 1200-1700 meters. Under these conditions, the coffee bean is characterized by its physical toughness and the crack closed. Produced in a significant elevation and a late ripening, this coffee is recognized worldwide as some of the best quality coffee. Period Collection The collection comprises a period of four months, from November to February, coincides with the dry season, which allows uniform and high quality fruit ripening. It also facilitates the use of the sun for proper drying of coffee. One advantage to the collection period is that the farm is divided into three sub-farms, which have different altitudes, maturing two farms and subsequently the other first, so do not mature all at once. La Finca and coffee company has a great reputation and track record to producers, due to its excellent ability at the time of collection (Data obtained from ICAFE, Coffee Institute in Costa Rica). This estate coffee is marketed under the brand \"Café Tarrazú\", well known internationally, he also earned a second place in the tastings conducted by a group of United States. The company has a coffee mill, which is located inside the estate, in an area of (3 hectares) and has a capacity to process 60,000 bushels. The mill has wet area, dry area, with all necessary equipment and machinery for coffee processing.\n\nThe farm is surrounded by rivers: Caraigres, Candelaria, and Tarrazú, which are utilized for irrigation of plantations, and most importantly, to generate their own electricity. It also has a study approved by the ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad, for the generation of 1.8 Megawatts. Also comes with 28 hectares of gravel mining operations for a period of 25 years, counted from the approval of the environmental impact study approved by resolution 026- 2000 - Setena in year 2000. With an extraction rate of 2500 m3 approved monthly (30,000 m3 per year).\n\nCoffee production, Hydro Electric, Gravel Pit, and tourist potential make this one of the best opportunities available!