Specialty Espresso Coffee Beans.
Specialty Espresso Coffee Beans.
Specialty Espresso Coffee Beans.

Mexico Finca Guadalupe Zajú, Hydro Natural -Single Origin Specialty Coffee Beans

Regular price $28.00

Tastes Like: Chocolate, dark chocolate, grape, hibiscus, honey, lychee, mango, pear, raspberry.

Exceptional quality coffee with great taste in the cup. We take the roast to a light-medium roast profile for espresso which creates a great balance whilst maintaining the distinct notes of this fabulous coffee. We gave this exceptional coffee a cupping score: of 87.75.

For those of you who are not familiar with Hydro-Natural processing, the cherries are partially dried before being rehydrated, then dried to their final moisture content of 10-11%. This form of processing highlights the true character of the single-origin beans like no other process.

A must try.....

  • Origin: Mexico
  • Region: Chiapas
  • Varietal: Caturra, Marsellesa
  • Altitude: 900-1400 MASL
  • Process: Hydro-Natural
  • Tastes Like: Chocolate, dark chocolate, grape, hibiscus, honey, lychee, mango, pear, raspberry.

    About the farm

    Finca Guadalupe Zajú has a long-standing in the history of coffee production in Mexico. Located in the famous Soconusco region of Chiapas, it was first established in 1890, before being taken over by a German-Mexican couple in 1945. The couple diligently tended to the farm for almost 60 years, before selling to the current owner Eduardo 'Teddy' Esteves.

    Teddy and his family have been involved in coffee, tea and cocoa for over 150 years. Bringing this wealth of experience and knowledge to Guadalupe Zajú has allowed the farm to flourish in recent years. 100% of the coffee is shade-grown, with meticulous attention paid to picking, fertilising and pruning. Older, less productive parts of the farm have been renovated with hybrid varieties (in fact half the farm is now Marsellesa) that have a high yield and excellent cup quality. There is a full-time agronomy and management team dedicated to each lot of the estate, as neighbouring farms such as La Gloria and Chanjúl have been purchased under the Guadalupe Zajú name in recent years). Teddy has also called upon post-harvest experts to consult on processing and drying at the farm, including Aida Battle and, most recently, Camilo Merizalde of the Santuario Project.

    Customer Reviews

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    Our specialty (single) coffees are roasted from the highest-quality green coffee beans to their greatest flavor potential. All our specialty coffees are free of defects and have a distinctive character in the cup, with a score of 80 or above when graded according to SCAA Standards.

    Once the beans are processed and delivered, our master roaster at 36P spends a considerable amount of time to understand the coffee and develop unique roast profiles.

    After trying different profiles and cupping we decide on one profile that brings out the best out of that particular bean.

    We roast all our specialty coffees in small batches to maintain freshness and monitor quality.

    We develop our espresso roast coffee further in the roaster to increase the caramelisation and body, which suits being prepared on an espresso machine to extract delicious elixir.

    Our filter roasted coffee has been less developed in order to retain more of the sparkling acidity that a filtered cup of brew desires.

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    We care deeply about the planet and creating a business that gives back to nature. That’s why we’re thrilled to share that we’re partnering with One Tree Planted/@onetreeplanted to plant a tree for every pack of 36P coffee sold online.

    Trees clean our air and water, create habitats for biodiversity, contribute to our health and wellbeing, and create jobs for social impact. We’re honored to have reforestation through One Tree Planted as an integral part of our business model.

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