Grown on the slopes of the Sierra Mandre de Chiapas, the Mexico Chiapas produces a balanced cup with an acidity reminiscent of dry white wine. This coffee thrives in the region's high elevation and rich, volcanic soil. With a land mass of nearly 46,000 sq. miles, the Chiapas climate ranges dramatically in altitude. Coffees from this region are admired for their delicate aroma, medium body, and natural chocolate flavor. The best Chiapas coffees are grown in the southeast corner of the state close to the Guatemalan border and bear some resemblance to the Huehuetenango coffees of Guatemala.
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