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Mexico Finca La Laja Yellow Honey Process

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$14.50 - $63.00
Roast Level:
Tasting Notes:
Cocoa, Nutty, Creamy, Sweet Peach
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Product Overview

The Sampieri family has been growing coffee in the fertile soil of Huatusco since 1920. They purchased Finca La Laja in 1980 and, in 1999, established AC La Laja SA de CV (La Laja SA). Finca La Laja sits in La Laja, Tlatetela, in Huatusco, at 1,130 to 1,250 meters above sea level. The area is mountainous and fed by a network of small tributaries running into the La Antigua river.

Coffee is grown under shade. They have sought new flavors and experimented with different processing methods, including the Honey process that produced this lot.

Cupping Notes: Cocoa, Nutty, Creamy, Sweet Peach



ALTITUDE: 1,130 to 1,250 meters above sea level

OWNER: Sampieri family

SUBREGION/TOWN: La Laga, Tlaltetela

REGION: Huatusco

FARM SIZE: 113 hectares


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  • 5
    Love it

    Posted by Laurel on Dec 30th 2022

    Excellent flavor, nutty really comes through for me. I’ve been blending it with the House Blend Decaf as I usually only drink decaf and I love the combination. Thinking I should order the 5 lb. bag next time.

  • 5
    Very good coffee

    Posted by Laurel on Jun 30th 2022

    I always drink decaf but the description caught my eye and decided to try it. I really like this coffee. Has a smooth nutty taste and doesn’t get me jazzed up. I have had good luck with Mexican coffee in the past and this one doesn’t disappoint. I will buy it again.