Mountain Water decaf process green coffee is entirely chemical-free, which means the decaffeination process can preserve flavor with minor alternation to the coffee’s original sensory profile.
Veracruz is the second-largest coffee-producing state in Mexico. The port city, located on the southeastern coast along the Gulf of Mexico, which was nicknamed the “capital of coffee,” was the gateway for coffee to disseminate throughout the country after the first plants arrived in Mexico in the 18th century.
Coffee growers in Mexico are primarily smallholders, with 70% of the industry made up of producers with less than 10 hectares of land
In 2015, the Mexican government initiated a national program to renew coffee plantations with new leaf-rust-resistant varietals. Half a million coffee growers in Mexico depend on coffee for their livelihoods. To maximize sustainable coffee production, plants are intercropped with citrus, corn, banana, and other produce for home consumption.
Mexico coffees are celebrated for their balanced sweetness and round chocolate and toffee notes. Today, many Mexican coffees are shade grown under forest canopies. This critical step helps to conserve biodiversity and reduces the need for conventional fertilizers and pesticides.
With an elevations of 700-1,400masl and a warm, semi-humid climate with average rainfall of 2,141mm of rain annually, Veracruz is well-suited for Arabica coffee production.
Choose your roast!
Light Roast is great for pour-over or drip if you enjoy more of the sweetness and subtle acidity a coffee presents.
Our medium roast brings more of the nutty and chocolate flavors forward and is extremely versatile for cold-brewed or hot brewed coffee drinks.
the darkest roast we offer of this origin has developed more of the rich chocolate flavors. It’s perfect for anyone who enjoys a dark roast coffee as well as someone who enjoys a medium roast.
Pick your Mexico Swiss Mountain Water Decaf grind
If you have a coffee grinder at home we suggest you choose the whole bean option. To read more about whole bean or pre-ground coffee click here.
Our Northside Coffee pour over grind is best for anyone who enjoys manual brew methods. We choose a more fine grind to ensure the best extraction using any pour-over method.
If you have an automated drip machine, choose the drip grind option. We set this grind to produce a high-quality cup of coffee on all automatic coffee brewers.
The cold-brew grind option is our most coarse grind. Since the cold brew extraction method takes a longer time, the large grind allows for more surface area and balanced extraction.
Our Northside Coffee espresso grind is dialed in for our machine at our cafe downtown. It might not be as compatible with every espresso machine so we recommend for most espresso drinkers grind it themselves. We know that may not be an option for everyone so we will provide a fine grind for your convenience.
We hope you enjoy your coffee and appreciate your feedback.