Temos certeza de que você já ouviu falar que a Costa Rica produz um excelente café. Saiba mais sobre o ciclo de vida do café gourmet nesta excursão de meio dia no Café Britt, um dos principais cafezais do país. Conheça os segredos dos especialista sobre como selecionar, torrar e embalar somente os grãos de melhor qualidade. Comece e termine a excursão com amostras de vários tipos de café, harmonizados com chocolate. Um delicioso almoço de buffet e transporte do hotel saindo de Punta Cana estão incluídos. Você voltará para casa conhecendo a técnica "prova da xícara", usada por especialistas para avaliar e classificar o café.
This was a really fun and informative tour. I opted for the hotel pick-up/drop-off which was very convenient and the driver was very friendly. This tour had two guides who were funny and spoke in both English and Spanish. Would definitely recommend.
The tour and guides were very informative. There were multiple tastings along the way to experience the variety of coffee blends! The guides were entertaining and took you through the entire coffee growing experience! The lunch was good and included, but purchasing a cold coffee drink was absolutely amazing! Highly recommend this. It is very close to San Jose and only a few hours of your day!
This 'tour' was much shorter than I had anticipated and was more just hype to get you to buy from the VERY large store that the guides conveniently dropped you at when the tour had finished.
That being said, they guides were awesome and kept my interest the whole time. I just wish that their could have been more practical learning we never even actually got to see a coffee plantation, everything was just staged.
Actual coffee tour was good - but it is more of a paid infomercial for Britt coffee to sell expensive coffee and chocolate.
Would avoid booking through the Viator tour as the organizer is really bad at logistics and required at least six emails and still never confirmed address of pickup hotel. Driver was also not good and did the bare minimum.
I was in a tour with locals and even though I am fluent in Spanish. But there were times that I was lost because she was speaking in Slang and Costa Rican idioms. I learned a lot about coffee and even have a souvenir shop. You can find their coffee cheaper in a supermarket. The lunch was meh.
The coffee tour was great. The Britt tour showed the processing, discussed the coffee culture, and the guides kept it entertaining! The chocolate tasting shouldn't be advertised as only limited information and samples were provided.