Sierra Mazateca Washed, Mexico
Sierra Mazateca Washed, Mexico
Sierra Mazateca Washed, Mexico
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Sierra Mazateca Washed, Mexico

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    Gentle acidity and rich chocolate notes make this an easy-drinking people pleaser. Great for all brewing methods, this coffee will be sweet any which way.


    Typica, Mundo Novo & Bourbon

    1200 - 2000 m.a.s.l.

    Tasting notes
    Melon - Coconut - Milk Chocolate

    The Mazateca is one of the most diverse states in México, both biologically and culturally. The Mazateca gets its name from the presence of the indigenous group, the Mazatec, which is a Nahualt name that translates to “the deer people”. However, in their own language, Mazateco, the group is called Ha Shuta Enima, which means “those who work the hills”.
    The land is surrounded by high mountains, cliffs, and hills of mainly mesophile forest, bathed by constant rains, and the intermittent presence of mist.
    Most coffee producers in the Mazateca have between 0.5 to 5 hectares of land with the average producer working on less than one hectare. This means that, as in much of Oaxaca, production is very small and yields are lower here than in other areas of the state. The Sierra Mazateca mountain range is located to the north of Oaxaca city and forms much of the state’s border with Veracruz. The region is very remote, hard to access, with many in Oaxaca not even knowing of its existence.

    The carbon footprint from this coffee's journey has been offset twice.
    This includes boiling your kettle to brew it.

    The packaging is biodegradable and recyclable.

    Bike delivery or postage is included.

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