Mexican Coffe Beans
Coffee was first planted in
Mexico in the late 1700s. Mexican coffee is generally
uncomplicated and is used as a base for blending.
Mexican coffee beans are typically light bodied and nutty, but can
have a heavier body, brighter acidity, and overtones of
chocolate. The most popular coffee varietals are cultivated are
Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Caturra, and Maragogype.
The most famous coffee market names
include Coatepec, Oaxaca Pluma, Chiapas, and Tapachula.
Some of the best Mexican coffee products are produced by small Mexican organic coffee farms.
Classification of Mexican coffee is by altitude.
For more information about coffee from Mexico, visit Sweet Maria's or Coffeereview.com.
America and Mexico