- Milk chocolate
- salted caramel
THE ORIGIN STORY
The Chiapas region, close to the Guatemala border and Huehuetenango, meets all the criteria for producing great quality coffee. It has heirloom coffee varieties (Bourbon, Typica), great altitude (1200–1750masl), and passionate coffee growers who want to produce high-quality lots.
CESMACH has nearly 500 active members, and is managed by Sixto Bonilla. Sixto is very quality-focused and driven to empower his cooperative community with the tools and resources to produce better quality.
The farms of CESMACH are located in the buffer zone of El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, which is in the highlands of the Sierra Madre. It is one of the most diverse forest reserve areas in the world and contains Mesoamerica's largest cloud forest, as well as a protected natural environment for thousands of plant and animal species. All of the coffee produced here is shade-grown.
This organically grown coffee has notes of salted caramel and milk chocolate, with a delightfully creamy finish.
Altitude: 1200 –1750 masl
Variety / Processing Method: Bourbon, Typica, Mundo Novo / Washed
Location: Sierra Madre, Chiapas, Mexico