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Minimum Wholesale order: 60 lbs - Shipping to Addresses in Continental USA only. Coffee is sold Whole Bean. If you need ground coffee, please give us a call and we will gladly grind your coffee


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**Option c: 750 lbs +DHL Air freight $ 1102 * = usd 4702.00 = Amount to transfer. Cost per pound usd 6.27 door to door.

**Option d: 1500 lbs +DHL Air freight $ 2200 * = usd 8995 = Amount to transfer. Cost per pound usd 5.9 door to door.

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** Option c and d are open to further discounts depending on customer expectations and commitment. Please email Jorge to and we will be glad to tailor our pricing to your reseller, wholesale and private labeling business model.

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Don Evelio Gourmet Costa Rica Tarrazu coffee reseller Program - We do private labeling ( your label - brand in the bag ) too

Reseller Program:
Want to make some money reselling Don Evelio Gourmet coffee? Or do you want to save money on your next gourmet coffee purchase? If your answer is yes, then our reseller program is what you need.

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As a reseller you or your company have all the benefits of being a gourmet coffee provider, without the operating costs. You provide your clients with customer service, pricing and billing and we do the rest.

All resold specialty coffee bags are independent from your account. There is no limitation on the number of resold gourmet coffee bags you can have.

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Open a reseller account at or , and you instantly become a reseller. Get all of our gourmet coffee options listed at discounted rates off regular price!

Resold accounts can be activated instantly via e-mail. Also, resellers can use the text contents of our site to better market the coffees.

Anonymity and remains completely anonymous to each account you setup. We bill you directly for each gourmet coffee shipment and you can bill your clients whatever you want.

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Our policies still apply to resold coffee bags. It is your responsibility to make sure all policies are followed. Any resold gourmet coffee account can be terminated for violation of these policies.

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Costa Rica Tarrazu Coffee Map - Feeling Lost? Valuable Tips To Help You Find Your Way to the Mountains - Don Evelio Coffee Blog

Map of the Coffee Producing Region of Tarrazu, Costa Rica

Use this interactive map of Tarrazu to explore the local activities, sights, hotels and landmarks. Clicking on any icon will show you more information and, if present, take you to the relevant page on this website.

100% pure Tarrazu coffee is a rare commodity exclusively grown in the highlands around the City of San Marcos Tarrazu, Costa Rica. The high elevation, constant cloud coverage and rich volcanic soil in the upland slopes of the Talamanca Sierra create an ideal environment for harvesting this unique Costa Rican coffee bean.

There are hundreds of coffee farms in Tarrazu, from the small village of San Guillermo to Concepcion, and many offer tours to the public. Visit thriving coffee orchards and learn about the meticulous harvesting process. Then explore the coffee mills and see how the beans are processed. Some of these farms with available tours include the Don Evelio Coffee Farms, La Choza del Cafe roasting Coffee operation, Concepcion Farms, and many more. The Tarrazu Coffee Cultural Festival held during March in Historic San Marcos Village (San Marcos-Tarrazu) is a must-see event for coffee lovers.

At one time, coffee was sold unroasted to big coffee wholesalers in every district of Tarrazu Costa Rica. Today, discriminating growers are reviving the rich coffee roasting tradition of the previous generations. Boutique, award-winning farms can be found in the highlands. So sip a freshly brewed cup for yourself and experience the rich aroma and flavorful taste that makes 100% Tarrazu coffee so highly valued, then sample a cup from every district to see which subtle variety suits you best.


Fast Facts

If you enjoy drinking coffee, are interested in locally grown and exported products, or just want to learn a little Costa Rica coffee history be sure to plan a visit to one or more of the Tarrazu Coffee mountain destinations listed below. Following, you’ll know why it is one of the very best in the world!

Driving Distances and Times

From Santamaria International Airport to the Tarrazu Coffee growing Area:
56 miles | 1 hour, 40 minutes to more than 2 hours drive time ( See Above Map )
From Quepos Port in the Pacific Ocean to the Tarrazu Coffee region: 30 miles | 1 hour 30 minutes drive time.
You can spend about two hours of time or less visiting one farm, or you can spend an entire day exploring this unique region, and the destinations recommended below.

Tour Hours:

See each individual recommended destination for hours and tour specifics.

When To Visit

Start your day early. Mornings offer typically the best weather in the Tarrazu Coffee Mountains. Expect sunny, clear skies, and beautiful views of the mountains, coastline and ocean. Afternoons frequently are overcast and hazy, with possible sprinkles, or showers.

Additional Information

So, What is Tarrazu Coffee?

Tarrazu is the name of a well known coffee origin from Costa Rica. Most coffee trees are indigenous to the mountains of southwestern Ethiopia, called Coffea Arabica, var. Tarrazu Caturra, Catuai, Villa Sarchi, Villalobos and Geisha. Grown on the slopes of the Talamanca Cordillera, the term “Tarrazu coffee” is specific to coffee grown only in the designated districts around San Marcos de Tarrazu.

Tarrazu coffee’s key characteristic is its rich flavor. Full of complex aromas and taste, Tarrazu typically tastes clean and well balanced with velvet acidity that is common in most strictly hard bean, mountain grown coffees.

Coffee fruit, know as “cherry” is hand picked many times throughout the growing season, followed by meticulous processing procedures.

Why Does Tarrazu Coffee is well regarded among coffee connoisseurs?

Tarrazu Coffee is one of the most expensive coffees on earth. Unlike many coffee regions of the world, which are located in vast regions of countries like Brasil or Vietnam, agricultural costs here in Costa Rica are at a premium. This includes everything from the actual cost of the land the coffee is grown on, to the unavailability of low cost housing and labor. Growing areas are oftentimes on steep, volcanic rocky hillsides, impassable by machinery, and require workers to plant, tend and harvest crops all by hand in a continuous growing season.

Dubbed “Tarrazu Snow,” fragrant, delicate white flowers signify a coffee tree’s bloom cycle, typically in March or early April. Next, green berries appear in April. By early November red coffee fruit, called “cherry” because of its resemblance to an actual cherry, begin to appear and indicate it’s time to start picking. Between November and January, as berries ripen, each individual tree must be hand picked approximately 3 to 4 times. Additional work then results, with the crop’s processing in the form of pulping, drying, storing, milling, sorting, roasting, packaging and finally sale.

If you enjoy drinking coffee, the price is pretty reasonable! But, don’t be fooled. Purchase only Tarrazu coffee that is labeled as 100% Tarrazu and is sold directly by farmers in this unique coffee growing region, otherwise you’ll be buying an overpriced blend of coffees that typically includes only about 10% of true Tarrazu grown coffee beans.

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