Arabica SHG coffee, Mexico


Arabica SHG coffee from Estate "Finca Monte Grande " in Jaltenango, Chiapas, Mexico.

At the end of the 18th century, coffee was first introduced into Veracruz, a state in Mexico. In 1954, when the price of coffee peaked as it emerged in the international market, production was moved to Mexico, where it cost significantly less. Since coffee has been introduced into Chiapas at the end of the 19th century, it has become the major region of coffee cultivation in Mexico. During the early 1980s, coffee plantations in Mexico spread rapidly over 12 states.

In 1982, the total amount of land in Mexico used for coffee production was 497,456 hectares. In addition, during the 1970s and 1980s, coffee production played a significant role in the national economy and became a major source of income for more than two million people in Mexico. Coffee plantations contributed to Mexican export trade with a great amount of foreign currency. At the same time, the commercialized coffee industry offered many employment opportunities in Mexico.

Price per kg. Sold per container.

Beans are strictly High Grown.

Cupping Score is 82 points.

Grading is European prep.

Arabica Green Washed coffee.

Less than 8 primary defects in 300 grs.

The name of the coffee is Monte Grande SHG

Year crop 2016/2017.