Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee
Mexico consistently produces light-bodied and smooth beans, with just enough acidy snap to put a pep in your step. Mexican coffee is classified by altitude, with beans growing at higher altitudes earning the prestigious designation of ‘Altura,’ or high-grown. For the most part, these highly-celebrated, premium coffee beans are produced in Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Chiapas. Despite the variety of taste and tones found amid Mexico’s coffee growing regions, Mexican beans are notoriously modest, making them the go-to bean for dark-roast blends.
Roasting them at a darker level allows for some nuttiness and notes of chocolatey goodness to really shine.