We wanted to get a feel for how coffee was made. And this did not disappoint. At 3200 feet above sea level it was a cool 65 degrees and it rains every day there. I loved the ability to try their coffees and then go see how they are made from the picking to the roasting! If you go, make sure you get a private plantation tour, as it is much more in depth than a free one. Make sure to try the chocolate covered beans! It's crazy to think that they pick beans from this little plantation to go all over the world.
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