Mexican Chiapis

$11.85

  • 1 lb bag
  • 5 lb bag

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Coffee grown in the Chiapas region of southern Mexico near the Guatemala border. This is an excellent food coffee – a bacon and eggs coffee. Big bowls of chilaquiles, stacks of pancakes, buttered brioche: the Chiapas is a lovely companion to almost all conceivable breakfast foods. Takes milk well. Stalwart black.
medium-dark roast
roast: medium-dark
Country:Mexico
Region:Chiapas
Elevation:900 - 1100 m.a.s.l.
Harvest:December - March
Cultivar:Bourbon, Caturra, Typica and Catuaí
Process:Fully Washed, Patio Dried
Guide to Terminology
  • Body

    Measuring Body Range

    The sensation of fullness in the mouth and how long it lingers is body. Full-bodied coffee combines long-lasting flavors with compounds that coat the taste buds, giving the mouth a sense of fullness. Brewing method also influences body. A French press or espresso machine allows more oils and fine particles into the finished brew, producing heavier-bodied coffee. Conventional drip machines use paper filters that trap particles and flavor oils, resulting in lighter-bodied coffees.

  • Brightness, or, acidity

    Measuring Brightness Range

    Brightness is the crisp first impression of a coffee's flavor sensed at the tip of the tongue. The brightest coffees have a snappy, palate-cleansing quality. Coffees with less brightness are soft and smooth, and dark roasts are less bright than light roasts of the same origin.

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