This coffee is produced by women farmers. From seed to harvest, these enterprising and ambitious women have overcome societal pressures and challenges to produce some of the region’s best beans.
Tasting Notes: Red Grapes, Cane Sugar, Lavender.
Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala.
Coffee is decaffeinated using hot water and charcoal filters. But before it becomes decaf coffee, it’s produced and harvested by hard-working farmers. It brews best with a french press or in a late night affogato. This decaf will change the way you think about decaf.
Tasting Notes: Cocoa, Raisin, Caramelized
Origin: Choluteca, Honduras
Best known for agave, Mexico is not traditionally a major coffee producing country. In the past decade however, specialty coffee is on the rise in Oaxaca and this farm represents with the best of them. The next generation of specialty coffee is coming from the mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Tasting Notes: Peach, Hibiscus, Agave.
Origin: Oaxaca, Mexico.