Eduardo from Proisch harvesting a good crop

Chiapas, Mexico

There are several coffee regions in Mexico and each has slightly different characteristics, but by and large you can count on Mexican coffee to be smooth and round in the mouth, medium acidity, not too bold, whether they come from Chiapas (nutty and sometimes slightly spicy), Vera Cruz (slight cocoa taste), or Oaxaca (almond flavors).

Proisch ARIC

Our jumpin’ Mexican beans come directly to us from PROISCH 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 PROISCH have managed to hold on and prosper, evolving a highly sought-after specialty crop.

The large, smooth beans have excellent aroma, medium body and slight acidity. A mellow coffee with a softly sweet flavor.

In Chiapas, we have worked for years with local communities on education, health and providing opportunity for victims of the Death Train. At the request of PROISCH we have been organizing and funding advanced organic technical trainings that create improved soil and coffee quality. As a result of this continuing program, high end coffee buyers have been paying premiums for this fantastic coffee (but you can get it for a lot less from us!)

Useful Expressions

'Que? Usted solo ofrece cafe instantaneo aqui?' - What? You only serve instant coffee here?

'Tu eres un gran baillena' - You are a big whale (I thought I said 'great dancer')

Our Mexican Coffees

Aztec Two-Step

Birdwatcher's Blend

Mexican Chiapas

Roadhouse Blend