The Spanish word Terruño, means “my land” or “homestead.” We use it to identify coffees that come from the homesteads of the small-holder cooperative coffee farmers with whom we are working with in Nayarit, Mexico. We are now working with over 260 growers farming 650 hectares, in one integradora alone (an integradora…integrator…is an organization of cooperatives). Nearly all of these cooperative growers are clustered around an extinct volcano, Cerro San Juan, located immediately to the west of Tepic, the capital of Nayarit, which imparts its special characteristics of soil type and microclimate to our bright, floral and citrusy coffee.
Mexico Nayarit (1kg)
per 1kg bag