Mexico Paraje Los Machos No. 88

This coffee is from our latest sustainability project in Sierra Juarez, Mexico. The project aims to increase yields, access to training and improve finances.

We'll share more detail in the coming months about the challenges being faced at origin but until then enjoy, It's a fantastic coffee and won't disappoint.

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Grown: Santo Domingo Cacalotepec, Oaxaca

Altitude: 1,300-1,700m

Varietals: Typica, Mundo Novo, Bourbon

Producers: 180 producer families led by Romulo Chavez

Paraje Los Machos is an association of 180 coffee producing families from three towns in the Sierra Juarez; Santo Domingo Cacalotepec, San Miguel Yotao and San Juan Juquila. The Sierra Juarez, as well as being the birthplace of Benito Juarez- Mexico’s first President of indigenous origin- is a temperate mountain range to the north of Oaxaca city. Most members of the association are of Zapotec heritage and speak Spanish as second language after Zapoteco. There is a very strong, communal aspect to Los Machos across its three towns that is deeply rooted in the historical ties of the community to the region. Rather than employ pickers during the harvest, when a member’s coffee is ready to be picked, several neighbours will help the producer to harvest their coffee. Instead of payment, the producer whose coffee is being harvested is expected to cook lunch for everyone and in turn, to help pick the coffee of those who helped them when their coffee is ready.

Espresso (18g VST)
18.5g in
37g out
in 27 to 32 seconds