CHECA NEXT DOOR Coffee Selection

Mild with slight acidic noted. Very sweet with a particularly fine, fruity taste

Roasting Grade: Light to Medium
Altitude: 1450 - 1900
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Typica
Process: Washed

The area of Quetzaltenango has ideal conditions for the production of high quality coffee: the soil is rich, the atmosphere is tropical and proximity of mountains as well as Pacific Ocean create a microclimate. Corica has chosen to roast this biologically grown coffee lightly in order develop its gorgeous fruity notes to the maximum.

Mild. Fruity and aromatic notes. Good balanced between acidity and bitterness

Roasting Grade: Medium
Altitude: 1000 - 1100
Variety: Catuai, Mundo Novo, Acaìa Cerrado
Process: Sun-dried, washed

From the “Triangulo Region” in Minas Gerais. Coffee is picked by hand on top of the tablelands of the Alto Paranaiba in the heart of Cerrado, the vast tropical savanna that covers a fifth of Brazil's surface. The average temperature fluctuates between 18 and 22 degrees. Only one coffee variety has developed there: the Acaía Cerrado.

PERU EL PALTO (Amazonas Region)
Balanced, subtly tangy, chocolatey finish. Floral aromatic notes.

Roasting Grade: Medium
Altitude: 1300 - 1800
Variety: Caturra, Typica, Catimor
Priocess: Washed

Ecological agriculture. The Association of Coffee Producers Juan Marco El Palto -abbreviated in Spanish "JUMARP"- was founded in 2003 by José Carranza Barboa in cooperation with 35 other small farmers. They decided to change the old techniques and replace them with a durable production process that spares the indigenous forests. All producers associated with JUMARP work on small lots. In total there are 188 producers that cultivate coffee on a surface of 549 hectares in the "Selva Alta" in the North of Peru.

Round and balanced, notes of cocoa, nutty and spices. Medium strength, slightly bitter.
Roasting Grade: Medium
Altitude: 1500
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra
Priocess: Washed

The region reaches from the extreme South-west of the Sierra Madre of Chiapas, close to Guatemala, to the shores of the Pacific Ocean.The coffee is cultivated at the foot of the Tacana and El Triunfo volcanoes, on tablelands that reach altitudes of up to 1500 meters. There it benefits from a biosphere with plenty of natural and ecological resources. The present ecosystem is home to many different plants. This allows the plantations to benefit from the shadows cast by the vast forests and reunites all elements necessary to cultivate exceptional coffee.

Strong & Full-bodied and delicately acidic, fruity apricot notes
Roasting Grade: Medium to Dark
Altitude: 800 - 1900
Variety: Bourbon
Process: Washed

This coffee comes from the region of Cauca, in the South-west of the country. It owes it's name "Supremo" to the fact that only the largest beans are selected.

Medium strength and bitter. Balanced, notes of tobacco and dark chocolate.

Roasting Grade: Medium to Dark
Altitude: 1000 - 1400
Variety: Typica
Process: Washed

Corica's very own CUBA SERRANO also comes from the Sierra Maestra and grows between 1000 and 1400 meters of altitude. The coffee cherries are handpicked, because of the steep hills and the dense overgrowth (Ingas, Leucaena,…) that provide the necessary shadow for the plants to prosper.

Strong, full-bodied and bitter, round and creamy, with notes of caramel and chocolate

Roasting Grade: Dark Roasted
Altitude: 1000 - 1250
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Typica
Process: Handpicked, washed

Coffee from the department of Copan, located in the eastern extremity of the country. t's a 100 % High Grown coffee (HG), cultivated at 1000 to 1250 meters of altitude. At this elevation, fresh winds skim along the mountain ridges and the nights are cold. These lower temperatures and the shadow from the nearby forests allow the coffee beans to ripen at a very slow pace. This ensures that the flavors are optimally developed.

Strong and bitter, round and creamy, roasted taste.
Roasting Grade: Dark Roasted
Altitude: 1200 - 1600
Variety: Bourbon, Typica
Priocess: Washed, Polished

Our Blue Mountain originates from the Cafetalera Tournon Limitad. The Costa Rica Blue Mountain bears the highest quality label, SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) HT-M. That means it makes up the very best part of the harvest.