The small community of Los Naranjos lies in San Pedro Pochutla, one of the highest points of the mountain range that divides the mountainous areas of Oaxaca from the Pacific Coast. The majority of the 70 growers in the remote community are indigenous and speak the local Pochutla dialect. The area’s tropical climate, forests, and fertile soils have helped to establish coffee cultivation as a key part of the local culture. It is also known for creating the renowned Pluma Hidalgo variety, a mutation of Typica with widespread cultivation throughout Mexico.
This coffee features balanced notes of orange zest, toasted waffle, and maple syrup.