This medium roast coffee from Atoyac de Alvarez, Guerrero, Mexico is cultivated in the mountainous Pacific coast terrain. The Typica plant is grown between 2,900 ft. – 4,000 ft. above sea level by various small coffee farmers that process each batch locally before going to market.
This particular coffee name is inspired and dedicated to Felipe’s late grandmother, Carmela Flores Salazar. A strong and charismatic Mexican female entrepreneur that excelled in business during an era when women were not seen as leading businesswomen. She opened one of the first clothing boutiques in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas called Las Mañanitas. Doña Carmela inspired several generations of family members to follow their dreams and blaze a trail for Hispanic businesses on the Texas border. True to its name, Las Mañanitas is an excellent breakfast coffee that will truly awaken your soul and Raise Your Spirits!
Profile: Floral notes of tropical fruit with a light silky caramelized texture
Origen: Atoyac de Alvarez, Gro.
Species: 100% Arabica
Add 1 level tablespoon of coffee per cup of cold water. Cafe de Atoyac - Medium Roast 12 oz
For the perfect brew:
Measure up. Drip coffee is more forgiving than other methods as far as precise measurements go. Still, make sure not to overload or skimp—a safe rule of thumb is two healthy tablespoons of coffee per 16 oz of water. (That’s about one tablespoon per cup.)