This coffee is a blend of Typica and Bourbon and is meticulously grown between 1300 and 1900 MASL on lots that are shaded by native trees. The ripe cherries are carefully hand picked, fully washed and sun dried on patios and raised beds. Coffee growers in this region have been producing coffee for more than three generations in a very traditional and mostly organic way. Caravela (a Latin American specialty green coffee importer and exporter that responsively sources coffee from over 4000 smallholder coffee producers) has been elevating this coffee producing region in Mexico by educating farmers and encouraging them to separate their coffee lots, which tends to lead to a higher quality product. Caravela’s score based pricing structure encourages farmers to produce better coffee year after year. This coffee is extremely balanced, with notes of red apple, raisin and brownie. With a comforting mouthfeel and tons of sweetness you could easily drink a couple of cups.