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November Special-Organic Mexican-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

November Special-Organic Mexican-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

Chiapas borders Guatemala and the Sierra Madre mountain range offers the altitude and volcanic soils necessary for good coffee production. These beans come from the state of Chiapas, mainly in the Soconusco region.  The coffee is grown under the strict rules for organic food production which adds value to it. Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Most coffee in Mexico is produced by smallholders rather than larger estates.   Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Coffee Details Continent North America Country Mexico...

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October Special-Organic Nicaraguan Jinotega-BUY 5LBS and GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5LB SIZE ONLY)!

October Special-Organic Nicaraguan Jinotega-BUY 5LBS and GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5LB SIZE ONLY)!

Jinotega is the primary growing region for coffee in Nicaragua.  Most farmers are focused on quality coffee and traceability which was poor in the past.  There are a range of flavours in Nicaraguan coffees. They are quite complex and have fruit-like flavours and clean acidity. Washed/wet coffees have had their pulp removed and mucilage broken down – typically using water – before the beans are dried. Since there’s no cherry left on the beans, and therefore no more fermentation can occur during drying, this method is suitable for most climates. They require less heat, labour, and monitoring than any other...

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August Special-Organic Mexican-Buy 5lbs and GET ONE MORE 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

August Special-Organic Mexican-Buy 5lbs and GET ONE MORE 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

Chiapas borders Guatemala and the Sierra Madre mountain range offers the altitude and volcanic soils necessary for good coffee production. These beans come from the state of Chiapas, mainly in the Soconusco region.  The coffee is grown under the strict rules for organic food production which adds value to it. Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Most coffee in Mexico is produced by smallholders rather than larger estates.   Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Coffee Details Continent North America Country Mexico...

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June Special-Organic Honduran Marcala-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

June Special-Organic Honduran Marcala-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!

The country of Honduras is a suitable location for coffee harvesting. The soil, climate, and conditions in Honduras are the same as neighboring countries. There is a range of coffee quality from Honduras; the country can produce a lower-cost Central American blender coffee, to high-grown specialty lots that rival more popular Central American coffees. This particular type is more complex than its HG counterpart; thus making it a specialty coffee. Cupping Notes*: fruity fragrance, lively acidity, orange, velvety taste, soft body, smooth finish *NOTE: Cupping notes are subject to the way the coffee was brewed and the taster's opinion.  ...

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May Special-Organic Mexican-Secocafe Belisario-Chiapas Region-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!!

May Special-Organic Mexican-Secocafe Belisario-Chiapas Region-BUY 5LBS AND GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE (5lb size only)!!

Chiapas borders Guatemala and the Sierra Madre mountain range offers the altitude and volcanic soils necessary for good coffee production. These beans come from the state of Chiapas, mainly in the Soconusco region.  The coffee is grown under the strict rules for organic food production which adds value to it. Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Most coffee in Mexico is produced by smallholders rather than larger estates.   Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.  Coffee Details Continent North America Country Mexico...

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