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Region: Montaña Alta
Varietal: Typica and Bourbon
Elevation: 1,500 - 1,900 masl
Processing method: Natural
Milk Chocolate, dense, red berries and roasted nuts.
Since 2017, Ensambles has had the privilege of sourcing exceptional coffees from the remote region of Montaña Alta in Guerrero, home to the Me’phaa indigenous community. As caretakers of the coffee forests near Oaxaca, Guerrero is highly appealing for its commitment to permaculture and sustainable practices. In this region, almost all of the coffee is processed using the natural process, contributing to Guerrero's strong reputation for producing unique coffees.
Mexican folklore is rich with stories and beliefs centered around the myth of the Nahual, this word has its roots from the Nahuatl term 'nahualli,' which portraits the concept of being hidden or in disguise. In the Me'phaa cosmogony, the Nahual is the ability to transform the human body into the shape of an animal, such as a fox, jaguar, or squirrel, among others.
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