Acidity: Above Average

Body: Average

Sweetness: Average

Elevation: 1460 Meters

Process: Fully Washed

Drying Process: Mechanical

Origin: Central America

 

Flavor Profile: Milk Chocolate, Lemon, Almond

 

About the Farm:

This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Cooperativa de produccion Tzeltal-Tzotzil, an organization operating in the northern part of Chiapas, Mexico. Exceptional care is taken by producers to depulp, ferment and dry their coffee, which is aided by the use of farm-owned micro mills. Coffee farms from this organization tend to be less than ten acres in size, and produce honey as well as coffee. Farm owners and producers have focused on organic production methods to protect the environment, increase overall quality, and gain higher income to improve the livelihood of their families. 

Organic Mexico Chiapas Tzeltal Tzotzil - One Pound

$15.99Price
  • Whole Bean: Requires Home Grinder
    Fine Grind: Espresso
    Medium Grind: Coffee Pot
    Coarse Grind: French Press

  • Freshly grinding whole coffee beans (preferably fresh roasted) will help you better taste the flavors that were locked away in the bean. Remember that buying pre-ground coffee tends to produce a more generic and tasteless cup of coffee.