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Organic Mexico 'Altura Tollan' Coffee One Pound Promo

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Grown at high altitudes in the rich volcanic soils of the Chiapas region, this delicious Organic Mexican coffee flourishes under the nourishment and protection of nature. The weather is tropical and very humid, lending the perfect conditions to encourage slow maturity so that each bean becomes enriched with flavor. The cloud cover protects the coffee trees from excessive sunlight, and the canopy of fruit trees shields the coffee beans to keep the microclimate cool. Each plantation is tended to by Mayan farmers who cultivate the coffee cherries without the use of pesticides or other chemicals also use the best organic practices and environmentally sustainable farming procedures. Since this coffee is a Fair-Trade product, the farmers and their communities also benefit.

Smooth-tasting and free from any bitterness, this smooth-tasting Organic Mexico 'Altura Tollan' gourmet coffee has a mild and pleasant flavor that is sure to captivate you.
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Brand: CoffeeAM


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Grown in the Chiapas region of Mexico, Mexican ?Altura Tollan? coffee is a variety of Typica that is grown between 2,500 and 4,000 feet. Certified organic, this Mexican coffee brews into an exceptional cup of light-medium roast coffee with winy notes, high acidity, and a wonderful aroma. This slightly sweet brew is known to produce hints of nuts or citrus flavors.

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A Hit Parade Coffee

Uniquely flavorfull describes this coffee. It's robust yet smooth and drinkable all day long. One of my favorites for a change of pace.

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