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Huatusco Mexico Microlot

$21.95 / lb 16 oz
48 cents per serving (45 servings)

Peet’s first ever anaerobic process coffee is a juicy cup with full body, notes of white grape, and a silky-smooth finish.

Last order date: October 3

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Flavor Profile

White Grape, Green Apple, Riesling

Roast Details

Roast: Roasting is the catalyst for expressing the aroma, flavor, and individuality of a coffee through the essential, transformational application of heat.

Brightness: Acidity. Liveliness. A desirable, sharp, and pleasing sensation that heightens coffee’s flavor.

Body: The tactile impression of thickness and viscosity in the mouth, independent of taste and aroma.

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Attributes

Type: Single Origin

Origin: Huatusco, Veracruz, Mexico

Process: Anaerobic

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The Story

It’s been a while since we sourced a coffee this terrific from Mexico, and it’s our first time offering a coffee processed via anerobic fermentation. September’s exclusive microlot hails from Huatusco, a village on the east coast of Mexico, the gem of Veracruz. The region stretches from the coast to the elevated highlands, the source of this exceptional, high-acidity crop that knocked our socks...

Brewing Methods

For Huatusco Mexico Microlot

  • Brewing cold from start to finish results in bold, smooth, refreshing coffee with lower acidity than coffee that’s been brewed hot and then iced.

    Total Time

    12+ hours

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  • Pour-over brewing is a simple way to brew a clean, bright cup. It brings out subtle nuances in coffee, particularly those with bright, sparkling flavors.

    Total Time

    ~5 Minutes

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  • The press pot, or French Press, offers direct infusion for full-bodied coffee. It's an ideal companion for dark roasts, bringing out rich, complex flavors.

    Total Time

    ~5 Minutes

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