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Mexico Chiapas El Triunfo Altura -Medium-

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Mexico Chiapas El Triunfo Altura -Medium-

from 14.00

Mexico Chiapas is one of our most consistent coffees that we can always count on to bring some rockin’ flavors to the table and this one is no exception. For lovers of medium and dark roast this coffee is quite the crowd pleaser with just enough complexity that make it stand out from other coffees.

Flavor Notes: honeydew, Lemon, Cinnamon

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Mexico Chiapas is one of our most consistent coffees that we can always count on to bring some rockin’ flavors to the table and this one is no exception. For lovers of medium and dark roast this coffee is quite the crowd pleaser with just enough complexity that make it stand out from other coffees.

Flavor Notes: honeydew, Lemon, Cinnamon

ORIGIN INFORMATION

Grower

Cooperativa Campesinos Ecológicos de la Sierra Madre de Chiapas (CESMACH)

Variety

Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica

Region

Chiapas, Mexico

Harvest

October – March

Altitude

900 – 1750 meters

Soil

Clay minerals

Process

Fully washed and dried in the sun

Certifications

Fair Trade, Organic

MEXICO FTO CHIAPAS EL TRIUNFO ALTURA is sourced from family-owned farms organized Cooperativa Campesinos Ecológicos de la Sierra Madre de Chiapas (CESMACH), which operates in 35 communities and 478 producers spread throughout the southern end of the Sierra Madre mountain range in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. Most of the producers have less than 10 acres of coffee cultivation with elevations reaching 1750 meters above sea level near the El Triunfo biosphere reserve. Producers have a strong commitment to organic practices, which provides a protective buffer for more than 800 plant species and 390 bird species that make their home in El Triunfo. Each producer processes coffee with their own micro-wet mills and dry the coffee in the sun on patios before transporting the coffee in parchment nearby warehouses. In addition to providing local warehouses to ease the burden of transportation costs to producers, CESMACH has also recently invested in building a centrally located dry mill facility where the coffee is prepared for export, which ensures full control of traceability and quality control throughout the post-harvest process.
— Royal Coffee's blog