Mexican coffee, and particularly organic coffee, is grown mostly by small farmers in the southern-most states of Chiapas and Oaxaca. Coffee did not arrive in Mexico until the late 18th century, when the Spanish brought plants from Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Honestly, not a great start.
More than 200 years later, Mexican farmers are using organic methods to grow a coffee with refined notes and flavors. Next month, Rocchio Family Coffee Members will be treated to one of the best coffees to come out of Southern Mexico. USDA Organic Mexican Rancho Viejo will be a full-city roast, bringing notes of honey, citrus and red grapes. Tangy and smooth! Sign up today to receive this unique coffee. It’s on sale!