Certification/Grading: EP, Organic
Tasting Profile: Chocolate, cinnamon, green apple.
Grower: Coffee growers from Chiapas and Oaxaca
Variety: Typica, Criollo, Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Caturra
Region: Chipias and Oaxaca, Mexico
Altitude: 900-1000 M
Soil Type: Clay Minerals
Process: Fully washed and sun dried.
Mexican coffee beans are some of the most sought-after in the world, prized for their rich flavor and strong aroma. Produced from the two main regions for Mexican coffee production of Chipias and Oaxaca, our Mexican coffee beans are rich in chocolate and nutty aromas. In addition, Mexican coffee beans are often shade-grown, which helps to preserve the delicate flavors and aromas that make them so prized by coffee aficionados. Some of the best foods to accompany your cup of Mexican coffee are eggs, doughnuts, salty foods, avocado toast, and cheesecake.
When it comes to brewing Mexican coffee beans, there are a variety of methods to choose from including French Press, cold brew, and a regular drip coffee maker. Brewing these beans using a pour-over method is a great way to bring out their complexity. First, start by grinding the beans to a medium-fine consistency. Then, place your filter in the dripper and add the coffee grounds. Next, slowly pour hot water over the grounds, being careful not to saturate them. Finally, let the coffee brew for 3-4 minutes before enjoying. This simple brewing method will result in a delicious cup of coffee that is perfect for savoring on a lazy Sunday morning.
Like many other types of coffee, Mexican coffee has its share of health benefits worth incorporating into your diet. For one, it is a great source of antioxidants, which can help to protect your cells from damage and reduce your risk of chronic diseases. In addition, coffee has been shown to improve cognitive function and decrease the risk of Alzheimer's disease. And if that's not enough, coffee may also help to lower your risk of type 2 diabetes. So next time you're feeling guilty about enjoying a cup of joe, remember that it may actually be good for you!