Santa Maria de Dota, Costa Rica

Orange—Melon—Honey

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Description
Orange—Melon—Honey

A returning favorite from Costa Rica, the Santa Maria de Dota is a coffee that come from famers belonging to Cooperativa de Caficultores de Dota R.L, otherwise know as CoopeDota.  Located in the municipality of Santa Maria in the Dota canton of Costa Rica, the cooperative has been in business since 1960 and has persistently strived to adopt ecologically sustainable farming practices at all points of coffee production and processing. CoopeDota has a first of its kind certified carbon-neutral mill, which features hydro-powered energy consumption, water efficient eco-pulpers (also called a demucilager), and mechanical coffee dryers fueled by coffee parchment. 

Nearly 900 producer-members living throughout the canton of Dota within the province of San Jose, Costa Rica focus their attention on farm management throughout the year and then deliver their cherry to the CoopeDota mill where traceability and quality control are second to none. CoopeDota has an equally intricate model of income diversification with a profitable agriculture supply store and tourism department dedicated to showing off coffee farms to visitors. They also roast their own coffee and operate three cafes and a cupper/barista training center. Their commitment to the environment also extends to the community of Santa Maria de Dota where the cooperative manages trash pickup for the entire town.