Medium Variety: Bourbon & Typica Process:
1500 - 1900 m.a.s.l Producer:
Small Farm-Holders Notes:
Brown Sugar, Creme Caramel, Vanilla, Chocolate
While the Sierra Madre de Chiapas mountain range cuts across a good portion of Central America, this lot comes from the southern extension near the town of Motozintla, Chiapas. The area is made up of mostly small scale coffee farmers, covering roughly 1500 hectares of the south Sierras. The coffee that makes up this lot is pulled from the high altitude zones that span a range of 1500 to 1900 meters above sea level. Most of the farms are planted in older Typica and Bourbon types. Each farmer processes their own coffee at home using small depulping equipment (motorized or hand-crank), fermenting in cement tanks, and then typically drying the coffee on rooftop patios. These farms are certified organic, however, this coffee was not brought in with a certification.
Note: To ensure the highest quality, all coffee is roasted to order. This can take 24 - 72 hours after the order has been received and according to the roasting schedule. You will be notified through email when the order has shipped or is ready for local pickup.