In Nahuatl, the language group used by both the Aztec and Toltec peoples - as well as the indigenous populations of México and Central America, the name Xánat (pronounced "AH-nat") means "Vanilla Flower." Vanilla was a favorite spice of the Aztec people, naturally sweet and aromatic, and appropirate for a producers collective focused on growing sweet, aromatic, and complex coffee. This coffee will be two firsts for us - our first Marsillesa varietal, and our first coffee from the Méxican state of Puebla.
Producer: Xánat Producer Group Region: Chiapa de Eloxochitlán, Sierra Negra, Puebla Variety: Typica, Sarchimora, Marsillesa Process: Washed Elevation: 1550-1650m Harvest: 2022 Importer: Osito Coffee
Flavor: Marzipan and maple with mild citrus acidity and light honey sweetness.
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