Coastal Coffee Collective

Mexico, Chiapas (Decaf)

$18
TASTE NOTES
Dark chocolate, nougat, fall spice
PROCESS
Decaf MC
ELEVATION
1550 - 1700 masl
REGION
Union Juarez, Chiapas
VARIETALS
Caturra, Mondo Novo, Catuai
ROAST LEVEL
4/6

 

ABOUT THE PRODUCER
Coffee was introduced to Mexico during the 19th century from Jamaica. Since then, the country has become the fifth largest producer in the world. Coffee is grown mainly in the southern states of Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Chiapas. These Muxbal beans come from an estate in Chiapas, Mexico’s largest coffee producing state. In the local Mame dialect, Muxbal means "place surrounded by clouds". The farm stands proudly on the slopes of the active Tacana volcano on the border with Guatemala.

The farm is managed by mother and son team Maeggi Rodriguez and Jorge Gallardo. It was purchased in 1959 by Maeggi’s father, Don Enrique, a man who was very much a pioneer of his time. He introduced three key principles that remain as important today as they were then: social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and the production of very high-quality coffee.

Read more about this coffee on our blog.

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