Sumatran beans are very unique with heavy spice and chocolate notes with some prominent earthy flavor that comes through very clean and not unpleasant and grown at 900-1600 meters above sea level.
Blended with Mexican Chiapas from the southern state mountainous region1,000-1,700m near the Guatemalan border, and often labeled with the market name Tapachula, the name of the nearby town.
Volcanoes nearby have provided fertile soil that improves nutrient delivery to the coffees, helping develop their Caramel, toffee to chocolate flavors. These flavors come through all roasts up through to espresso.
Cupping Notes: Bakers Chocolate with a touch of Spice, Earthy Woody