Decaf: Mexico Veracruz Mountain Water

Available in 10 oz. biodegradable bags (buy 2 for 10% savings).

This lot of Veracruz coffee beans was sourced from small holders across the region. The coffee combines Tipica, Bourbon and Caturra varieties. Before undergoing the natural Mountain Water decaffeination at the nearby Descamex facility, it was washed and fully sun-dried.

This coffee has mild acidity, milk chocolate base with orange and cane sugar sweetness.

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The coastal city of Veracruz, located along the Gulf of Mexico, was the gateway for coffee to disseminate throughout the country after the first plants arrived in Mexico in the 18th century from the Caribbean.

Mexico coffees typically have balanced sweetness and round chocolate and toffee notes. Many Mexico coffees are shade grown under forest canopies, helping conserve ecosystem biodiversity.

Half a million coffee growers in Mexico depend on coffee for their livelihoods. One can find coffee intercropped with citrus, corn, banana, and other produce for home consumption. Most farmers in Mexico are smallholders with less than 10 hectares.

This lot of Veracruz coffee beans was sourced from small holders across the region. The coffee combines Tipica, Bourbon and Caturra varieties. Before undergoing Mountain Water decaffeination at the nearby Descamex facility, it was washed and fully sun-dried.

Origin Mexico
Region Veracruz
Producer Various small holders
Variety Tipica, Bourbon, Caturra
Altitude 1400-1600 masl
Processing Method Washed, Mountain Water decaffeination process
We taste Milk chocolate, orange, sugar cane

 

Weight N/A
Size

10 oz., 20 oz. (2 bags)

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