Mexican Chiapas French Roast
Roast Level] Dark
[Region] Chiapas, Mexico
[Partners Since] 2023
[Varietal] Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Typica
[Processing Method] Fully Washed
There are several coffee regions in Mexico and each has slightly different characteristics, but by and large you can count on Mexican coffee to be smooth and round in the mouth, medium acidity, not too bold, whether they come from Chiapas (nutty and sometimes slightly spicy), Vera Cruz (slight cocoa taste), or Oaxaca (almond flavors). The large, smooth beans have excellent aroma, medium body and slight acidity. A mellow coffee with a softly sweet flavor.
We’ve collaborated with this community to design and implement the following initiatives:
- Bokashi Compost and reforestation program
- Combatting Coffee Rust
- Prosthetics and job training to Death Train victims
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