ALAJUELA, COSTA RICA  — Workers tend to the coffee plants at the Doka Estate coffee farm on  in Alajuela, Costa Rica. The farm is one of many that produce high-quality coffee, much of which is exported to the United States. Once touted as potentially harmful, new studies from a variety of sources now link a number of health benefits to drinking as many as five cups of coffee per day.
ALAJUELA, COSTA RICA — Workers tend to the coffee plants at the Doka Estate coffee farm on in Alajuela, Costa Rica. The farm is one of many that produce high-quality coffee, much of which is exported to the United States. Once touted as potentially harmful, new studies from a variety of sources now link a number of health benefits to drinking as many as five cups of coffee per day. Joe Raedle Getty Images
ALAJUELA, COSTA RICA — Workers tend to the coffee plants at the Doka Estate coffee farm on in Alajuela, Costa Rica. The farm is one of many that produce high-quality coffee, much of which is exported to the United States. Once touted as potentially harmful, new studies from a variety of sources now link a number of health benefits to drinking as many as five cups of coffee per day. Joe Raedle Getty Images

From Costa Rica to Miami, coffee’s popularity heats up again

April 07, 2015 10:23 AM