Mexican Chiapas - Natural Water Process DECAF

Product image 1Mexican Chiapas Decaf Coffee - Front Label
Product image 2Mexican Chiapas Coffee - Back Label
Product image 3Mexican Chiapas Decaf Coffee - 5 pound bag
Product image 4Mexican women holding baskets filled with coffee cherries
Product image 5A farmer tending to coffee plants

Regular price $15.89

Cupping Notes: Nutty. Malty. Mild.
USDA Organic Logo Fair Trade Federation Logo
Whole Bean/Grind

[Roast Level] Medium

[Decaf Process] Natural Water Process

[Region] Chiapas, Mexico

[Cooperative] Serranos de Motozintla

[Partners Since] 2013

[Altitude] 1200-1400m

[Varietal] Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Typica

[Processing Method] Fully Washed

We’ve collaborated with this community to design and implement the following initiatives:

  • Bokashi Compost and reforestation program
  • Combatting Coffee Rust
  • Prosthetics and job training to Death Train victims

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Our Mexican beans come directly to us from Serranos de Motozintla Cooperative in the southern Sierra Madre region of Chiapas. In spite of years of government and private attempts to grab land and dislocate indigenous communities in Chiapas, the farmers of Serranos de Motozintla have managed to hold on and prosper, evolving a highly sought-after specialty crop.