For the coffee addicts among us, probably you will visit Coffee Heaven.
When it goes to this issue the Ticos are really exact. The equivalents of wine tasters in France are Catadores (specialists in tasting coffee) in Costa Rica. They have a special training of 5 years. An indication to recognize high-quality coffee: If it tastes nice when it is cold, it is definitely a good one.
One of the reasons to plan your internship in Costa Rica is of course the food: The Costa Rican cuisine is just a must for all the food lovers out there. From various exotic fruits like coconuts, mammon chino, mammon, pejibaje and a lot of more. Basically a traditional Costa Rican dish has to (yes has to) consist out of meat, rice with beans (which they eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner – always) potatoes, veggies and the famous Salsa Lizano (traditional Costa Rican sauce which is similar to Worchester sauce, all restaurants have it on the table).