Sierra Madre

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Sierra Madre coffee, from Chiapas, Mexico, is a fair trade and organic treasure. It boasts a delightful blend of honey, milk chocolate, and orange notes. Its above-average sweetness and body create a rich, satisfying experience, embodying the essence of Chiapas's landscape
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🔬 Under The Microscope

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Sierra Madre coffee from Chiapas, Mexico, offers a symphony of flavors influenced by the high altitudes of the Sierra Madre mountains. Each sip reveals a rich tapestry of milk chocolate, orange, and honey notes, a testament to the meticulous washed process and hand-picking methods employed by the small producers of FEDESI. These beans, grown at altitudes ranging from 1,000 to 1,900 meters, develop a complexity that is both rare and delightful. The coffee boasts an above-average body, enveloping the palate with a robust yet smooth texture. Its sweetness is pronounced, providing a lingering, pleasant aftertaste. This fairtrade organic coffee, with a certified volume of 32,000 bags annually, is a true representation of the artisanal dedication and natural beauty of the Chiapas region.

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Origin of The Beans

Where does Sierra Madre's beans come from?
The Region

Chiapas, Mexico, is a coffee region celebrated for its exceptional beans. Nestled in diverse landscapes from lush rainforests to high mountains, it offers an ideal climate for coffee cultivation. The region's beans are known for their rich flavor profiles, often featuring notes of chocolate, nuts, and fruits, balanced by a bright acidity. Smallholder farmers practice sustainable, often organic, farming methods, contributing to the region's reputation for high-quality, environmentally-conscious coffee production. Chiapas's coffee, with its distinct taste and ethical production, is a favorite among connoisseurs worldwide.

The Farm

In Chiapas, Mexico, the FEDESI coffee groups consist of small-scale producers, each managing approximately 3 acres of land. Despite their modest size, these groups are remarkably self-sufficient, operating their own wet mills and patios for drying coffee. This hands-on approach ensures quality control at every step. Annually, they produce a certified volume of 32,000 bags of fairtrade organic coffee, a testament to their commitment to sustainable and ethical practices. This volume not only supports the local economy but also contributes significantly to the global organic coffee market, showcasing the unique skills and dedication of Chiapas's coffee farmers.

Process & Harvest

Fully Washed coffee is meticulously processed, where cherries are depulped, fermented, and thoroughly washed to remove mucilage. This technique highlights the bean's pure flavor, accentuating clarity and cleanliness in the cup profile.

The Region
The Farm
Process & Harvest