Mountain Water Process Decaf

1 kilo




Huatusco Veracruz
Bourbon, Tipica
Washed Process

Tasting notes

  • Toasted Muesli
  • Nuts
  • Dried Mango

Decaf shouldn’t be a compromise. We love our daily dose of caffeine to boost us through the day but when it comes to enjoying an awesome brew but wanting wind down, your brew should still be as flavoursome. This Mexican coffee doesn’t disappoint, using a Mountain Water Process it keeps those incredible rich notes whilst removing the caffeine.

This Mexican coffee is grown by small producers from Huatusco Veracruz in Mexico. Since the production in this area is so large, the producers have to sell their coffee cherries to a wet mill that is operated by Exportadora de Cafe California. This wet mill ensures that only the ripe cherries are received and that the coffee is dried in the drum dryers slowly and at the optimum heat of 85 degrees celcius to perfection.

The coffee region stretches up to the border of the state of Puebla, around 35km northwest and ends at the bottom of the “Pico de Orizaba” which at 5,750 meters is the highest mountain in Mexico. Producers in this region have an average farm size of 20 hectares. Most of the time, farms are too small to hold their own wet mill, but the production is so large that they are unable to hand-pulp their own coffee cherries as most small producers do.

Recipe for Espresso

Ground Dose: 16 grams

Brew Ratio: 1:2.5

Liquid weight: 38-40 grams

Brew time: 21-27 sec

Brew temperature: 93ºC-94ºC

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