Rabbit Hole - Mexico Espresso

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Origin

Smallholders of Sierra Sur de Oaxaca in the Oaxaca region of Mexico.

Variety

Bourbon & Typica

Processing

Washed

Altitude

1300-1700 masl

Roast Profile

Espresso

Rabbit Hole

Notes of Molasses, Butter and Roasted Almond

Coffee Facts

Monte Albán coffee grows in the vicinity of the city of Oaxaca. All of these small-scale farmers are organic-certified and produce amazing coffees. Monte Albán refers to the Zapotec ruins, located around 9km from Oaxaca which are the remains of one of the earliest cities in Mesoamerica. These ruins date back to 500BC and can be seen from everywhere in the Valley of Oaxaca.

Monte Albán was an important social and political site for around a thousand years. This is one of Mexico’s most culturally rich archeological sites with the remains of temples, palaces, tall stepped platforms, an observatory with wonderful 360-degree views over the city, without forgetting the valleys and beautiful mountains.

For the coffee growers in this region, specialty coffee production is relatively new, but they are keen to continue learning and improving. They strive to produce coffee with notes of yellow fruits, almonds, citruses, vanilla, and honey.