Costa Rica Tarrazu from Starbucks

I recently reviewed the Costa Rican Tarrazu from Trader Joe’s, find the review here.  In that review I compare the flavors to this version of the Tarrazu from Starbucks.  I hadn’t had this coffee in a while and recently picked up a bag at the grocery store.  I know that  I advocate grinding your own beans and have fallen in love with bold brews, but this coffee is an old favorite for me.

When I first got into drinking brewed coffee every morning, I participated in a little taste profile quiz on the Starbucks website.  The Costa Rica Tarrazu was recommended for me.  I had owned (and used very frequently) an espresso machine for years.  That as my favorite way to enjoy coffee.  Then I decided to try something new…this Tarrazu is a medium roast with citrusy notes (think grapefruit) and an all around bright coffee, this is a great coffee.  I really could drink this everyday and have no problem with it.  I think this is an excellent choice for those who are slowly making their way into the coffee world.

-Mo

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8 Responses to “Costa Rica Tarrazu from Starbucks”
  1. I’ve got to taste that COSTA RICA TARRAZU of Starbucks!

    • mmarnall says:

      It is one of my first favorite coffees and pretty darn good for pre-ground (as far as freshness and flavor are concerned)! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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