5 LB Resealable Bag w/ Valve. What better way to start the day than with a little trip south of the border? No passport necessary! In the late 1600’s, the Spanish introduced coffee plants from Cuba and the Dominican Republic into Mexico. Production took off after the Mexican Revolution, and Mexico is now the largest exporter of organic coffees in the world. Mexican coffee typically comes from high altitudes of at least 4,000 feet. This high grown coffee, or altura, in Spanish, lets seeds develop into hard and dense coffee beans.
This coffee is organic, which means that the beans were grown in USDA-certified organic soil with no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. It’s also fair trade, grown by small producers who are guaranteed to receive at least living wages for their work. Pour yourself a cup of this intricate, satisfying single origin coffee and let it be even more enjoyable when you know that you’re supporting both the environment and the livelihood of small farmers.