Here at CCK we're currently enjoying one of Monmouth's Costa Rican blend, which is a bean called the Finca Las Lajas. As with all coffees that Monmouth sell, they are almost literally on a first name basis with the bean suppliers. The Finca Las Lajas bean is grown by the Chacón Solano family in Caturra and Catucaí, in Costa Rica's Central Valley. It's most distinguished characteristics are its rum and raisin flavouring, with medium acidity and a heavy body. Have you tried it? What do you think are its good and bad points? What would you recommend as a good coffee? We want to know! Post your comments here, or on our twitter feed!