Corahe Geisha/Caturra - Mexico Filter
Cocoa nibs, Lime, Red plum

€114,50 / kg

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This great coffee from the south of Mexico is characterized by its vinous, acidic notes. Especially stand out the nuances of lime and red plum, rounded off by a chocolaty finish. With the variety combination of Geisha and Caturra definitely a must-have for all gourmets!

About the coffee

The coffee is grown in the municipality of Totutla in the state of Veracruz.

Initially, the coffee beans were exclusively washed. However, this requires a lot of water, which can not only cause problems for the environment, but also reduces the amount of vital liquid for the people on the farm. For this reason, four years ago the family decided to go for a more sustainable option: They designed and built a cherry coffee drying facility where all variables can be controlled. The process they use is the Controlled Honey Process. This allows them to produce differentiated and high quality coffees with a standardized process.

About the farm

Finca Corahe has a long history. The coffee has been grown and processed with great passion for many many years. The farm has always been passed on to the next generation. It all started with the Italian great-great-grandparents of the current owner Rigoberto Cordova Arroyo. These settled in the nineteenth century in the country Veracruz and have remained. From that moment, the cultivation of coffee was in the blood of the family.

Finca Corahe is also very involved socially and is committed to the employment of women. For example, they are responsible for quality control, removing unripe grains, leaves, stones, etc. In the final phase, the green phase, they also perform a manual selection, guaranteeing high quality in the cleaning of each batch.


Coffee from Mexico

After the end of the Mexican Revolution in 1920, coffee cultivation spread to Mexico's small farms. The focus of cultivation is clearly on Arabica beans, with 90%. Mexico produces a wide range of coffee varieties in its regions. These range from light, delicate coffees to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate notes.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g coffee, 250g water, medium grind, brew time: 2.5 mins

Flavour notes

Cocoa nibs, Lime, Red plum

Cocoa nibs


Red plum


A lively cup profile from Mexico!

About the coffee

Variety: Geisha/ Caturra

Processing: Controlled Honey

Altitude: 1250 masl

Harvest year: 2021

Processing place: on the farm

About the farm

Farm: Finca Corahe

Location: Totutla, Veracruz

Coffee farmer: Rigoberto Cordova Arroyo

Form of Operation: family owned business

Age of farm: Four generations

Cooperation: new partner

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