Name of Farm
Type of Processing/Milling
Altitude in Meters Above Sea Level
Parcelas del Grupo Terruño Nayarita
55% Arabica Tipica, 45% Caturra
Mechanically Washed, Patio Dried
Other Cupping Notes
Chocolate, Honey, Brown Sugar
Long, sweet finish.
CCM Quality Certified
About the Farm
In Western Mexico, the coffee coops of Grupo Terruno Nayarita (GTN) surround the volcano Cerro San Juan at altitudes from 800 to 1300 meters above sea level. The 200 farmers of the six producing coops continue to grow the some of same Arabica Tipica on tree shaded lands developed by German and French immigrants in the 1800´s producing washed, natural and depulped naturals with 40% certified Organic. These democratically run producer groups have shipped over 130 containers of coffee with complete traecabiity, all using fruit quality premiums as an incentive for producers. FincaLab® coffee quality management system assures consistent quality and complete transparency for both the coffee and the incoming and outgoing moneys. This fiscal management aspect lowers loan risk and pleases bankers as well as producers. All lots are evaluated to SCAA-Q® standards, and FincaLab® ensures all blends meet contract specifications. Full information available at trackyourcoffee.com including producing society, location, wet and dry mill, and blend ID for perfect traceability, terroir, altitude, coffee varieties, quality by aspect, and cup characteristics.