Ensambles de Cafes Mexicanos, S.A. DE C.V.
Brown sugar

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Process type
Fully washed
Altitude range
1200m - 1200m
Harvest period
December, 2020 - March, 2021
Algrano's cupping score (SCA)
84.5 points
Updated April, 2021

"The attention to picking and the 48-hour dry fermentation helps this ethiopian-derived hybrid varietal to show notes of yellow fruits, citrics and floral, adding complexity to the deep brown sugar sweetness." - Ensambles de Cafes Mexicanos, S.A. DE C.V.

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The coffee story

The state of Veracruz is the first region of Mexico to have seen coffee back in the 18th century. Coffee has always thrived in this region, where soils and climate are very favourable to coffee cultivation.
This coffee is produced by Alejandro Martinez, a 4th generation cofffee grower in Coatepec, Veracuz. 
It is shade grown, weeding is chemical-free. 
Coffee varietals initially planted in Coatepec were typica and bourbon. Nowadays, Alejandro is exploring alternative varietals that adapt to new climate conditions. This lot is H16, a cross between an ethiopian varietal (ET01) and a leaf rust resistant varietal (T5267).
The coffee is processed at Ernesto Perez´ mill, who is a Q processor certified producer living nearby.

The process

Fully washed 48-hour dry fermentation