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Noted for its overall balance - fragrant with medium body and low acidity. Grown by the members of the Mayan farmer's co-operative ISAMAM in Chapis Mexic

"Fair Trade enables us to feed our children better and give them an education." - Sr. Maximino Perez Mejia, ISMAM member

In 1985, Mayan famers form more than 100 rural communities in the diocese of Seriia Madre de Chiapas came together to form the cooperative Indigenas de la Sierra Madre de Motozintla, or ISMAM. Theirs was an incredible effort to fight against the grinding poverty and exploitative coyote coffee prices threatening their families. Today, approximetely 8,000 family members benefit from the organization's existence.

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  1. a delight

    Posted by mike on 12th Mar 2015

    what we sense coffee should be!

  2. smooth and luciously flavorful.

    Posted by mike on 12th Mar 2015

    this and peru were the best of our sample of 6 varieties. we will be ordering them both again.

  3. Consistant quality and flavor

    Posted by Tyler on 14th Jan 2014

    Very good flavor. I have purchased the whole beans five different times over about 18 months, 2-1# bags and 3-5# bags, with the same great quality, flavor and service every time.
    I divide the five pound bags into about 1/2# vacuum seal bags and the bean keep for several months.

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