Cupping Notes: Brown Sugar, Cashew, Rose, Pear
Coffees from Chiapas State are grown in the mountains of the southeastern-most corner of Mexico, near the border with Guatemala. The market name traditionally associated with these coffees is Tapachula, from the city of that name, but coffee sellers now usually label them Chiapas. Chiapas produces some of the very best and highest-grown Mexico coffees.
The typical fine Mexico coffee is analogous to a good light white wine -- delicate in body, with a pleasantly dry, acidy snap. If you drink your coffee black and prefer a light, acidy cup, you will like these typical Mexico specialty coffees. However, some Mexico coffees, particularly those from high growing regions in Chiapas, rival the best Guatemala coffees in high-grown power and complexity.
Here at Fresh Roasted Coffee, we worked tirelessly until we found a way to provide our customers with the ease of their favorite one-touch coffee makers, with the added bonus of environmental awareness. Our FRC Cups are clean, green, recyclable containers filled to the brim with our signature artisan blends and single origins. We refused to settle, so our customers could do the same.
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FRC Cups are not compatible with the Keurig® 2.0.
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