Marachi is an exciting coffee that captures the essence of the Chiapas region’s coffee heritage. Nestled in Mexico’s southern landscapes, the Chiapas region stands as a hub for coffee cultivation. It has an ideal climate and elevation for growing coffee beans. With the unique combination of fertile volcanic soil, ample rainfall, and varying altitudes creates an environment useful to producing mild and sweet coffee with sophisticated flavor profiles. The passionate farmers who grow these coffee plants are as important part of Chiapas’ identity, using traditional and sustainable practices that have been passed down. Marachi coffee is known for its sweet orange-like acidity, dark chocolate, and hints of brown spice flavors.

Bag: 12oz whole bean

Roast Level: Light (City Roast)

Grade: SHG EP – Marachi – – Grainpro

Farm/Cooperative: Various

Altitude: 1,200 – 1,600 M

Processing: Washed

Varietals: Bourbon, Caturra, and Mundo Novo

Harvest: December – April

Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity and Smooth Body, Brown Sugar, Stone Fruit, Chocolate, Sweet Citrus Finish

Region: Chiapas