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Maya Vinic

cocoa, vanilla, almond

$14.95

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By purchasing this coffee, you can create positive impacts in the communities of this coffee’s producers. Amavida will donate $5.00 per bag to support clean water projects in the region through On the Ground’s Project Chiapas.

Amavida’s Mexico Coffee is a delicious medium roast, that is simple with a mild, sweet, white chocolate aroma. Truly a gift, this coffee has a slight vanilla finish. Certified Organic, Fair Trade

 

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Lot#

MEV162

Flavor

Cocoa powder, vanilla, almond

Brightness

Medium

Body

Medium

Region

Chiapas

Elevation

900-1,400 meters

Variety

Typica, Caturra, Mundo Novo

Producer

Maya Vinic

Many of the producers of this coffee are of the group Las Abejas (meaning “The Bees”), formed in Tzajalchen, Chenalho, Chiapas in 1992. Las Abejas stand in solidarity with the demands for justice, democracy, education, health, land, and dignity for the indigenous people. Las Abejas separate themselves from violent means of achieving change and proclaim themselves as an “active nonviolent” civil society. Historically they have either been ignored by the Mexican federal government, or have had state water projects started on their land only to be abandoned several months later. Successful, community-led water projects have saved countless hours of backbreaking labor for thousands of women and children, and have allowed under0served farming communities like Las Abejas to flourish.

Many of us walk the path in solidarity with Las Abejas and support their beliefs and rights. By purchasing this coffee, you can create positive impacts in the communities of this coffee’s producers. Amavida Coffee will donate $5.00 per bag to support clean water projects in the region through On the Ground’s Project Chiapas.

Lot#

MEV162

Flavor

Cocoa powder, vanilla, almond

Brightness

Medium

Body

Medium

Region

Chiapas

Elevation

900-1,400 meters

Variety

Typica, Caturra, Mundo Novo

Producer

Maya Vinic

Many of the producers of this coffee are of the group Las Abejas (meaning “The Bees”), formed in Tzajalchen, Chenalho, Chiapas in 1992. Las Abejas stand in solidarity with the demands for justice, democracy, education, health, land, and dignity for the indigenous people. Las Abejas separate themselves from violent means of achieving change and proclaim themselves as an “active nonviolent” civil society. Historically they have either been ignored by the Mexican federal government, or have had state water projects started on their land only to be abandoned several months later. Successful, community-led water projects have saved countless hours of backbreaking labor for thousands of women and children, and have allowed under0served farming communities like Las Abejas to flourish.

Many of us walk the path in solidarity with Las Abejas and support their beliefs and rights. By purchasing this coffee, you can create positive impacts in the communities of this coffee’s producers. Amavida Coffee will donate $5.00 per bag to support clean water projects in the region through On the Ground’s Project Chiapas.