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Blue Bag Coffee – Ventas

Café 100% organico arabica, calidad gourmet de altura con una mezcla de Veracruz y Chiapas. Precio $150 por kilo.  Envió gratis pasando los 3 kilos. Se recomienda el envío con el grano entero aunque también ofrecemos el café molido, recordándolas que siempre es mas fresco molerlo justo antes de tomar.

Coffee Fundamentals – Supply

A coffee tree will yield an amount of coffee beans to fill a one-pound can of ground coffee during each growing season. It takes 3 to 5 years after planting a coffee tree before it can produce marketable coffee beans. The world’s largest producers of coffee are Brazil, Vietnam, Columbia, Indonesia, Guatemala and Mexico. Mexico, […]

Blue Bag Coffee – Our Coffee Beans From Veracruz

Read the history behind our organically grown Veracruz Coffee Beans: Reynaldo Bernardi has a natural grace born of equal parts humility and excellence at his chosen profession. He is the 3rd generation of his family to run a small organic finca outside Cordoba, the coffee-growing capital of Veracruz. His father at 70-odd years, has thick, […]

Blue Bag Coffee – Our Premium Blue Bag Gourmet Blend

Coffee Factory Mexico harvests, roasts and blends the highest quality organic coffee beans from Chiapas & Veracruz, Mexico, to bring you our premium Blue Bag Gourmet Blend. The Blue Bag Gourmet Blend combines the ever-popular ‘altura’ arabica coffee beans from the highlands of Chiapas and Cordoba, Veracruz. The end result is a premium organic coffee […]

Blue Bag Coffee – Follow Us On Twitter

Follow Blue Bag Coffee on Twitter; https://twitter.com/#!/BlueBagCoffee Receive updates about our Premium Organic Mexican Coffee, our Blue Bag Gourmet Blend & all other specials, deals & wholesale export information. Organic Mexican Coffee freshly roasted and Tweeted to you!

Coffee From Chiapas: European Grade Coffee

Better Beans Make Better Coffee Most coffee drinkers are not aware that Europeans drink higher grade coffee than Americans. European grade coffee beans cost more,  but contains half the defects (2% vs. 4%) of American grade beans. A defective bean is off-color, sour, broken or a bad size. Bad beans burn faster, producing a bitter […]

Organic Mexican Coffee – Chiapas

Coffees from Chiapas State are grown in the mountains of the southeastern-most corner of Mexico, near the border with Guatemala. The market name traditionally associated with these coffees is Tapachula and San Cristobal de las Casas, from the cities of that name, but coffee sellers now usually label them Chiapas. Chiapas produces some of the […]