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Chabela Fairtrade Organic

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Mexico

Mexico SHG EP Chabela Fairtrade Organic

washed

Strong body with very light floral aroma and chocolate flavours.

Plus 7% VAT

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All the facts about our Mexico SHG EP Chabela Fairtrade Organic

Region Chiapas
Producer various
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Category Regional
Harvest from November to February
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 69kg

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Floral
Black Tea
Jasmine
Fruity

Mexico

Chabela Fairtrade Organic

washed

Día de los Muertos,
this day is one of the most important national holidays in Mexico. Traditionally, it is the remembrance day for the dead. It is not a day of mourning,
it is the time when the beloved souls come back for a visit.

They decorate the streets and homes with flowers and death symbols like skeletons and the famous colourful skulls, they call “chabelas”.

This is the history behind the special bag marks of this powerful coffee.

CAFEMEX S.C.
Cafemex is allocated in Yajalon Chiapas, each producer processes its coffees with a manually operated mill.
The Cooperative is organized by 1155 small coffee producers, having a total of 2241 hectares.

All of the coffee is sun dried on each farm and then delivered to the mill which is located in Comitán. After the selection and the final preparation of the coffee,
it goes to Veracruz to be exported.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Mexico

Mountain

Varieties

Bourbon, Mundo Nuovo, Caturra, Maragogype

Processing methods

Mainly washed

Altitude range

400 – 1600 masl

Harvest

October to March

Total yearly production

Around 4 million 60kg bags 2022/23

Coffees from Mexico

Although the best known Mexican coffee comes from the three regions: Chiapas, Veracruz and Oaxaca, there are five states on which 94% of the coffee production is spread out over 700 thousand hectares; this includes the states of Puebla and Guerrero. Over 49 different climatic regions provide a great variety of growing conditions for coffee plants. From humid to dry and from cold to warm, the variation in landscapes, climates and soils differentiate aromas and flavors in the cup. Mexican coffee grows under shade trees that cover around 50% of the plants. Is hand-picked and mainly sun dried.

Region Chiapas
Producer various
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from November to February
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 69kg
Strong body with very light floral aroma and chocolate flavours.

Día de los Muertos,
this day is one of the most important national holidays in Mexico. Traditionally, it is the remembrance day for the dead. It is not a day of mourning,
it is the time when the beloved souls come back for a visit.

They decorate the streets and homes with flowers and death symbols like skeletons and the famous colourful skulls, they call “chabelas”.

This is the history behind the special bag marks of this powerful coffee.

CAFEMEX S.C.
Cafemex is allocated in Yajalon Chiapas, each producer processes its coffees with a manually operated mill.
The Cooperative is organized by 1155 small coffee producers, having a total of 2241 hectares.

All of the coffee is sun dried on each farm and then delivered to the mill which is located in Comitán. After the selection and the final preparation of the coffee,
it goes to Veracruz to be exported.