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Monse Prado, Costa Rica, Honey

Peach. Watermelo. Tea, lemon + Brown Sugar. Wmxn Pwr. Producer: Monse Prado Farm: Ditso Coffee Fa...

Peach. Watermelo. Tea, lemon + Brown Sugar. Wmxn Pwr.

Producer: Monse Prado

Farm: Ditso Coffee Farm

Region: Tarrazu, Costa Rica

Variety: Caturra / Catuai

Process: Honey

Altitude: 1800m


*** Please note that for all 250g orders of Monse Prado are currently being sent in our custom, fully recyclable 250g bags (i.e. without the box)***

After having her first baby, Monse unsurprisingly didn’t have much time to process a lot of coffee. She did however process a tiny lot specifically for Girls Who Grind Coffee and boy are we glad she did because it’s a stunner. Incredibly fruity with sparkling acidity and floral notes.

Monse’s best pal is the V60- this way you can coat your whole mouth with a really distinct brown sugar sweetness played against strong peach and lemon flavours in a super clean cup that everyone will enjoy. It's the bomb, really. 


About Monse...

We are incredibly proud to partner with Bean Voyage and bring you this wonderful coffee from innovative, first-gen producer Monse Prado. 

Bean Voyage is a feminist organisation building an equitable value chain with smallholder womxn farmers in Costa Rica.

After working in San Jose, Monse returned to Tarrazu to live with her partner. As a young professional with endless dreams and strong work ethics, Monse began her journey into the coffee production world. Her partner’s family have been life-long coffee producers and she wanted to help them to see that there is more to coffee production beyond farming. Her partner, an agricultural engineer, designed a micro-mill for Monse to manage everything on her own. This innovative micro-mill has a uniquely vertical design and is certified by the local govt for its efficient water and energy usage. Monse’s ethos for Ditso is built around coffee quality and ecological preservation and is a member of the NAMA Cafe Project, a unique worldwide project that seeks to measure and mitigate the environmental impact of coffee activity. as one of the region’s younger coffee producers, she collaborates with the others in the group to bring more innovative ideas.

“I believe that the constant challenge as a woman is to be able to show that we can contribute to the world of coffee and develop in the activity, and that we can also do it in an excellent way” Monse says.

Hey! Want a super simple, fuss-free brew recipe for this coffee? Click here to read our basic brew guides, we recommend either the V60 or Aeropress recipes for this coffee.

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