Costa Rica · Experimental


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Exotic Nectar

This coffee tastes like a super sweet , exotic Neckar with a pleasantly light body. We find sweet lychee , ripe mango, a harmonious tangerine acidity and exotic mangosteen notes . The "No.1 " carries sun and friendship in its soul and lets us remember the beautiful hours in Costa Rica. We are happy to be able to present this heart project and this unique coffee to you.

Size 250g
Grind Size

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Product information


20g in - 300ml out - 93C - 5 pours (60g per pour)

Total brew time: 3:30min

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You are welcome to order your coffee online, pay for it and pick it up at the roastery. Of course you save on shipping costs. The processing time is usually 24 hours. As soon as your order is ready, you will receive an email from us.

The opening hours are:

Monday I Tuesday I Thursday I Friday: 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m

Wednesda: 10am - 4:30pm
Sat & Sun we are closed.


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Leuchtfeuer Coffee
Industriestrasse 38b
22880 Wedel

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Variety Catuai
Process Natural Anaerobic, 48h bag fermented, slow dried
Producer Don Eli · Carlos Montero
Cupping Score 89
Altitude 2000m
Harvest 2021
Roast Profile Light

About this coffee

Our first incredibly delicious experiment by and with our coffee farmer friends Carlos & Jacob Montero from Costa Rica. Carlos is one of the most experienced coffee farmers in Tarrazú, the best and highest coffee-growing region in Costa Rica. Together with his very ambitious and adventurous son Jacob, Carlos develops what we believe to be the most interesting coffees in the region. Many customers and also us personally liked the extraordinary Semion Abay with its 72h Bag Fermentation". During the last harvest from Indonesia, this was a very successful coffee experiment by our long-standing green coffee supplier for Specialty Coffee - Nordic Approach from Norway. That's why we had the idea to start a similar experiment in close collaboration with our farmer friend and his superb sun-ripened Costa Rican coffee beans. Carlos and Jacob loved the idea and together we were very excited for the result, which exceeded all our expectations. Only the ripest and The best coffee cherries of the Catuai variety were picked at an altitude of almost 2000 meters and then rotated and turned over a period of 48 hours in plastic bags in the absence of oxygen at precisely defined time intervals.The subsequent drying phase on African drying racks in partial shade lasted almost two weeks until the optimum moisture content was reached.

Direct Trade
Quality Focused
Sustainably Cultivated
Direct Trade
Quality Focused
Sustainably Cultivated
Direct Trade
Quality Focused
Sustainably Cultivated


The Farm

We have been trading our coffee directly with the Don Eli farm in Costa Rica for 5 years. Carlos Montero's incredible passion, professionalism and dedication to coffee can be felt everywhere and no step is left to chance. The coffee of this lot comes from "La Pastora" and offers extreme altitudes of at least 1900 meters. The microclimate is ideal for growing coffee: the soil is very fertile, the air is fresh and cool, on the one hand it rains a lot, on the other hand the crescent-shaped plot receives many hours of sunshine per day. The height allows for optimal growth and slow ripening of the coffee cherries, making the taste even more intense. Carlos carefully fertilizes the trees of La Pastora and uses various methods to protect the coffee plants from diseases. We believe that the plantation's unique location and the great care Carlos devotes to it means that this hillside produces harvest after harvest some of the best coffees Costa Rica has to offer.