When we went to Costa Rica, we went to a farm called Finca La Bella. There we went on a coffee plantation. The guy explained everything to how it was "born" to how it was exported. On the farm there was sort of like a coffee shop where they made and sold coffee. When we got to the coffee shop, the guy showed us the different types of coffee beans that made different flavors of coffee (in the picture). After he explained and showed us the coffee process, we got try out a part of the process, which was mashing up the coffee beans. After everyone was done trying the coffee process, we went inside of the shop and drank coffee. This coffee was so unique and tasty that everybody AT LEAST bought a bag of coffee for 7 bucks. By the end of the coffee drinking and conversing, we were all VERY happy and hyper :P
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