Coatapec is a beautiful classic colonial town with a lively central square between the cathedral and government buildings. Coffee has long been a part of this region, and many producers roast and sell their own coffees in the region and at shops on the square. This part of the country has always been an agricultural basket with ample water, good soils, and cool nights at the foot of the mountains.
Producers in this part of Mexico have an average of 4 acres of land and deliver red cherries to the mills in town. The coffees from this region can have rich milk chocolate and caramel notes and good acidity.
|Farm||Various smallholder farmers|
|Variety||Bourbon, Caturra, Typica|
|Proc. Method||Washed, water-process decaffeinated|