The Chiapas Highlands are rich in rainfall and nutritious soil, and the coffee farms at 1200 - 1750 masl are naturally shaded by a lush forest canopy that blankets the Sierra Madre de Chiapas mountains. The coffee-cultivating Soconusco region borders Guatemala's Huehuetenango department, sharing the area's complex characteristics that delicately balance chocolate tones with bright acidity. Over one-third of Soconusco's arable land is dedicated to coffee, and the region holds a long history of producing substantial volumes for export since the late 1800's.

Cupping Notes: Light Body, Medium Acidity with flavor notes of Marzipan, Orange, Red Apple and Granola.

Roast Level: City/Light or Full City/Medium

Varietals: Bourbon and Typica

Altitude: 3900 to 5700 feet above sea level

Process: Fully washed and dried in the sun