Costa Rica Coffee: 12 onz
Peru: 8.8 onz (-$1)
Add $1 per bag of Organic, Fair Trade or Decaf gourmet coffee
$1 less per bag of Peru Coffee
$3 less per bag of gourmet chocolates, nuts, cookies & candy
by Stephanie from Seattle, Wa on Jan 13, 2013
Its true that coffee really is an obsession here in Seattle, but it was a trip to Costa Rica that finally got me the perfect cup. Its been a relief to find an easy way to get these beans to my kitchen Now everything else tastes subpar! Oh, and the cookies make a perfect coffee mate.
by Maria from Bellflower, Ca on Dec 26, 2012
We tried Cafe Britt about 2 years ago when my cousin brought it back as a gift from her trip to Costa Rica and weve been a loyal customer from that day forward. Best coffee ever!!!!!
by Richard Mower from Fountain Hills, Arizona on Dec 22, 2012
I have traveled much of the world and sampled many coffees. Many of these have been delicious. From the nice but overpriced coffee to the oddly tasting selections. The best coffee I have ever had it the Cafe Britt Tarrazu. When mixed with another blend I like, it makes the most delicious coffe I have ever tasted. On a trip some time ago through the mountainous coffee plantations of Costa Rica I was fontunate to discover the Cafe Britt coffees...When brewed by itsellf it was too strong for my tastes but when blended the way I discovered its perfect. Ill try other coffee but I doubt Tarrazu can be beat although the Fair Trade blend is an equal in taste and flavor.
by Dennis from Long Beach, California on Dec 21, 2012
Was turned on to Cafe Britt Dark Roast by a friend who first had it while traveling in Costa Rica. Its a wonderfully, smooth coffee with very low acidity. A few of my friends are getting bags of it for Christmas this year. :
by Richard Buell from Middletown on Dec 19, 2012
been drinking cafe britt dark roast since the 1980s . I love the flavor. my son a missionary to costa rica introduced me to my first cup and I have been drinking it since then. will not switch,why should I ?