Costa Rican Barista Won International Competition in New York

The 24-year-old barista Remy Molina won the international competition of that specialty, “Coffee Masters New York”, held in that American city, last October 12th-14th,...

Experience Costa Rican Coffee in Café Britt

People all over the world are drinking 2,500,000,000 cups of coffee in one day. A person drinking 2.5 cups per day, as it is...

5 Typical Meals You Should Taste When Traveling to Costa Rica

Year after year, Costa Rica has positioned itself as one of the most frequented destinations by tourists from the United States, Europe, and Latin...

The most popular foods in each district

It is well known that Costa Rica has great cultural wealth, a mixture of traditions, folklore and years of healthy coexistence of different ethnic groups,...

Coffee: The Pride of Ticos

At the end of the 18th century, coffee came to Costa Rica for the first time. It was also the first Central American country...

Producers Will Take Course on History and Production of Cocoa in Guatuso

If you are from Guatuso or its surroundings, do not miss this training course on the history and production of cocoa in the area....

8 Weird Feria Fruits You’ve Got To Try

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover, and definitely don’t judge these fruits by their shape, smell or color. The Costa Rican feria, like...

With Cocoa and Chocolate Flavor, Upala Celebrates its 49th Anniversary

On the occasion of the 49th anniversary of the foundation of the canton of Upala, on March 17th and 18th, 2019, the 1st Cocoa...

Learn How to Prepare “Gallo Pinto”

Gallo Pinto is the favorite dish of Costa Ricans. This is due not only to its delicious flavor but also to the variety of...

Costa Rican Students Create Food that Will Help Reduce Malnutrition in Central America

4 students of Food Engineering at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) managed to create a dry, eco-friendly, and very versatile mix...
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