Chiapas Chimhucum Semi-Washed
|Roaster Location:||Portland, Oregon|
|Coffee Origin:||Los Altos, Chiapas State, Mexico|
|Est. Price:||$16.95/16 ounces|
|Review Date:||September 2022|
Delicately sweet, subtly complex. Dried apricot, cocoa nib, freesia-like flowers, cedar, tangerine zest in aroma and cup. Richly bittersweet structure with balanced acidity; full, syrupy-smooth mouthfeel. Cocoa-toned finish with dried apricot and tangerine notes.
Produced by smallholding farmers in the Los Altos region of Chiapas from trees of the Caturra, Catuai and Sarchimor varieties of Arabica, and processed by the semi-washed, or “miel” (honey) method, in which in which the skins are removed from the fruit but some of the fruit flesh (mucilage) is allowed to dry on the beans. Badbeard's Microroastery is a Portland, Oregon-based small-batch roaster focused on quality and freshness. Badbeard's encourages its customers to "make great coffee at home." Visit www.badbeardscoffee.com for more information.
A quietly nuanced, honey-processed Mexico cup with dried stone fruit, cocoa and citrus.
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This review originally appeared in the September, 2022 tasting report: Mexico Coffee: Processing Innovation, Cooperatives, and the Tradition of Collaboration