Description

A visionary cacao and agroforestry enterprise serves indigenous growers in the Sierra Madre mountain ranges, which are claimed to be the only area where cacao has been cultivated uninterrupted for over 4,000 years.
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Origin

Mexico: Region of Tabasco. Elevation: 40-400 meters.
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About The Farm

Farmers plant ancient wild cacao hybrids in agroforestry systems alongside local chile varietals, breadnut trees and spices.

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About The Process

Brix level, temperature and atmospheric conditions are monitored to ensure quality.

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About The Environment

We partner with Agrofloresta & Original Beans to support indigenous communities with nursery establishment, agroforestry design
and land conservation.

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Bean Profile

  • Genetics: Criollo / Amelonado
  • Size: Varied Size, Large Beans/100 g for 98 beans
  • Fermentation: Centralized Fermentation, Wooden Boxes
  • Drying: Sun Dried on Wooden Beds
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Flavor Profile

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  • Acidity: ●●○○
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Ordering Information

  • Sorting: Machine
  • Bag Size: 65 kg
  • Certifications: Organic
  • FOB Price: $5,700 USD / MT
  • Farmgate Price: $3,000 USD / MT
  • Harvest Season: Sept – Nov
  • Harvest Volume: 15 MT (Annually)
  • Availability: Europe

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