Capolcuahutitan Washed Microlot - Puebla, Mexico

Quick Facts

Producer: Josefina Cortes Lopez

Farm Name: Capolcuahutitan

Country: Mexico

Region: Zoyotla, Huitzilan de Serdán, Puebla

Elevation: 1,160 - 1,200 m.a.s.l.

Varieties: Marsellesa, Sarchimor, Garnica

Farm Size: 3 hectares

Process: Washed, fermented 12 hours, patio-dried

Flavor Notes

Bakers Chocolate, Citrus, Dried Fruit, Juicy

Regional Info

Huitzilan de Serdán, Puebla, Mexico

Bordered by the states of Veracruz to the north and Oaxaca to the south, the state of Puebla is located in east-central Mexico. It is an industrial center, producing goods such as textiles and pottery, and providing employment in sectors like mining (onyx, gold, and other materials) and construction. The main native languages in this region are Nahuatl and Totonaco. Most coffee is grown on small family farms in Puebla; other prominent crops include corn and sugar cane.


Photos Courtesy of Cari Coffee