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Mexico Chiapas: El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve

Washed ∙ Medium Roast Sweet with citric acidity, praline, cocoa and molasses flavors. Grown at 900-1800 Meters Above Sea Level (MASL) Each month I get the pleasure of choosing a new single origin coffee to purchase and roast for our Origin Select project. While we always carry a standard selection of single origins representing some of our favorite growing regions, this gives us the opportunity to highlight some exceptional beans on a seasonal basis that we might otherwise have missed out on! Our Origin Select coffee this month comes from the highlands of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas in Mexico. El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve is one of the world’s most diverse forest reserves. This reserve contains Mesoamerica’s largest continuous cloud forest, and it serves...

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Mexico Finca Santa Isabel Microlot: Featured Origin Select Coffee

Each month I get the pleasure of choosing a new single origin coffee to purchase and roast for our Origin Select project. While we always carry a standard selection of single origins representing some of our favorite growing regions, this gives us the opportunity to highlight some exceptional beans on a seasonal basis that we might otherwise have missed out on! Our Origin Select coffee this month comes from Southeastern Mexico, in the Estado Libre y Soberano de Chiapas (Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas). This coffee comes to us from Femerides Vázquez Pérez, owner of Finca Santa Isabel in the town of Las Pilas, and we are thrilled to have it available this month as our Origin Select. This organically grown coffee...

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Mexico Baxtla: Featured Origin Select Coffee

Our Origin Select coffee this month comes from the Baxtla region of Veracruz. This smooth, easy-drinking coffee features soft orange blossom brightness, chocolate richness and a lingering chocolate and candied citrus finish. We decided on a medium/dark roast profile this month, to really highlight the cocoa notes inherent in Mexican coffees. 

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