Mexico Wild Chiapas Coffee

Roasted By: Wild Foods

Mexico Chiapas Coffee Wild Foods

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Who will enjoy Mexico Wild Chiapas Coffee the most?

  • Fans of rich dark roasts are sure to enjoy Wild Chiapas coffee.
  • Those that like to vary their brewing method, these beans make a great cold brew & espresso shot!
  • Anyone seeking a good coffee that is low in acidity, this one is easy on the stomach.

Mexico Wild Chiapas Coffee Profile

Roast:  Dark

Body:  Creamy

Taste:  Rich, notes of nuts, caramel & Baker's chocolate

Fragrance:  Strong, chocolate

Aroma:  Strong, chocolate

Sweetness:  Caramel-toned

Acidity:  Mild

Aftertaste:  Smooth & creamy

Origin(s):  Mexico, Chiapas

Species:  Arabica 

Cert(s):  Single Origin, Organic, Fair trade, Charitable Contributions

The Background

Mexico has been in the coffee game since the 1700s, and has a few highly reputed growing regions today. The most well known Mexican coffee origin is Chiapas, located in the south end of the country. Wild Foods sources these beans from Chiapas via sustainable, organic and fair trade practices. Priding themselves on using only the highest quality ingredients, Wild Foods is completely transparent about the sources and processes involved in the creation of their products. They also make charitable contributions to Pencils of Promise and World Concern. Wild Foods is a very respectable roaster in every department, including the quality of their coffee!

What makes Mexico Wild Chiapas Coffee special?

As is fairly common with coffee from Mexico, these beans are darkly roasted. Mexican beans seem to be able to retain their flavors quite well even when subjected to a darker roast. Because of this, flavor notes from both the origin and the roasting process co-exist in your cup! This coffee is rich and creamy, with prominent nutty notes, a caramel-toned sweetness and subtle hints of Baker's chocolate. This coffee has a mild acidity, making it easy on the stomach. These are some seriously versatile beans; try making cold brew or espresso, they are both fantastic!

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