Mexico Chiapas - Medium Roast
This Mexico coffee offers you a sophisticated and clean cup with bright citrus sweetness, delicate chocolate overtones, and complex nutty notes. An Arabica coffee which is "High Grown" in the rich volcanic soil of the Sierre de Madre Chiapas region known as Turquesa, or Turquoise (for the brilliant blue skies), in southern Mexico. These single origin beans are processed by the wet-processed or “washed” method. This means that the fruit skin and pulp were removed from the beans immediately after harvesting and before drying. Additionally, they are put through another level of quality assurance called the "European Prep" method which makes for a much more uniform coffee with no defects. If you enjoy a brew with cocoa/chocolate overtones, this is a great single origin.
- Medium Roast
- 100% Arabica
- Washed and Sun Dried
- High Grown Bean
- European Prep
- Grown 4200 to 6000 feet above sea level
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It would be our pleasure to grind your beans to a drip brew grind setting (about a medium grind and consistency is about that of regular sand). However, We strongly recommend you purchase a grinder to grind just the necessary amount of beans that you will need for preparing your coffee. You will experience a remarkable difference in taste, aroma, and flavor once you start grinding your own beans!
You do not need anything fancy if you are just getting started in experiencing better and more flavorful coffee. But, you should buy whole beans since ground coffee can stale within a few days from opening the package. As a matter of fact, a $10 spice grinder (thoroughly clean or buy a new one- you do not want coriander in your single origin!) will do in a pinch if you shake it up and down as the blades are spinning (you want the consistency to be about that of regular sand). Once you experience the flavor benefits of grinding your own coffee, you may want to invest in an inexpensive flat burr grinder, or even splurge a bit more for a conical burr grinder. We promise grinding your own coffee will elevate your coffee drinking pleasure to new heights of freshness and flavor.
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