We know you were wondering, what is the best mexican coffee? Or where does the best mexican coffee come from?
Maybe you are looking for a coffee bean brand or just a good single-origin that offers incredible flavor and here we are, some of the best beans that were not sold internationally before are just a click away.
We currently offer coffee from five states of Mexico:
Puebla: The third state with the highest coffee production in Mexico. The Sierra Norte region, due to its altitude, micro-climates, and soils, have very particular characteristics, which allow cultivating and producing varieties classified among the best in the world.
Guerrero: Popular for their natural processed coffees in the southeast of Mexico.
Veracruz: By far the winner most of the times of the “cup of excellence” every year in Mexico.
Chiapas: Known as the number one export of organic coffee beans Chiapas is the favorite for specialty coffee drinkers that look for this sustainable production system.
Oaxaca: Coming from an area with privileged microclimates, the coffees from the Mixteca of Oaxaca offer a perfect profile for any palate seeking balance.
Make your pick, and start your journey in the specialty coffee world!
There is a scale of 0-100 where coffees scoring 80 points and more are considered special coffees.
And who does that evaluation? Q-graders (coffee sommeliers) people certified and trained with very sensitive palates to discover defects and wonders in coffee beans. Check the Specialty Coffee Association website to learn more about Specialty Coffee attributes.
Our coffee comes from a small group of farms/farmers in Mexico that produce and select the best beans to go through their specialty process before being roasted by dedicated roasters.
So the chain is complete GOOD FARM PRACTICES + GOOD ROASTING + GOOD PREPARATION (That's up to you!).
100% Yes. The flavors are natural and can differ depending on the bean origin.
Coffee flavor notes can vary greatly depending on where and how the coffee is grown.
Notes can be fruits, chocolate, caramel, and many many more. But don't get us wrong, these are "hints" or flavor "souvenirs" that can be found in your coffee, not added flavors.
Q Graders (professional coffee taster) give these notes to each bean origin during the sensorial review portion of the evaluation. None of our coffees have any artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
Whether you know little about coffee or you are a coffee snob and want to know which one we recommend according to your preferences, you can take our coffee quiz to make your decision easier.
The ratio that we like the most for almost all the coffees that we prepare is 20 grams (2.5 tbs) per 250ml of water. That means that if you take that reference you can prepare up to 17 cups with a bag of coffee. Learn how to prepare a better cup of coffee with our coffee guide.
All the roasts in our online store are medium, we like to offer sweet flavors with good acidity, balanced.
If you are looking for a higher roast when ordering, you can include a note in the shopping cart indicating a special type of roast!
COOL BEANS: United Communities of Yucuhiti, Oaxaca. In the south of Mexico
LIFEBLOOD: La Concordia, Chiapas. In the southeast of Mexico
WAKE-UP CALL: Emilizano Zapata, Veracruz. On the east coast of Mexico.
COFFINATED: Zihuatanejo de Azueta, Guerrero. Southwestern Mexico.
This info can also be found on the back of each coffee bag.
Write us at email@example.com to ask anything you want to know before your purchase.
Don't worry, our coffee is not going to kill you. It's neither because it has extra caffeine or is roasted to the point of burning. It's Killer Coffee because it's so good!