About Leafy Beans Coffee
My product is cultivated by the indigenous people of Chiapas, Mexico. The same process of planting, growing, watering, and picking the beans in their prime has been passed down from generation to generation. The way the coffee is processed, from washing the beans to roasting the beans, to assure each flavor is just right is an art form that is passed on into my coffee. My coffee is grown in the high altitudes of Tapachula Chiapas, Mexico in volcanic soil. Leafy Beans Coffee is grown organically without the use of pesticides, supports the local community, and is sustainable as any waste products such as the bean peals are recycled.
All natural organic coffee beans without any additives, just nurturing, water, and rich volcanic soil.
Organically grown in Mexico
My deliciously fresh coffee is produced from one single ingredient: fresh organic beans grown in the high altitude, rich soil of Chiapas, Mexico. I import and distribute organically grown Mexican coffee. I work directly with an indigenous family to create my medium-dark roast coffee. It’s smooth, rich, and mellow without that acidic bitter after taste.
Handpicked by indigenous farmers
The Arabica coffee beans are handpicked by local indigenous farmers who harvest their crops with pride. This process has been a family tradition since 1850. All natural organic coffee beans without any additives, just nurturing, water, and rich volcanic soil. Once picked, the Arabica beans are washed, peeled, dried, ground, packaged, sealed, and shipped on site. This process assures that the coffee maintains it’s freshness for the consumer to enjoy.