Osito have been working hard for these last four years to build a presence in Mexico. They hope only not to find some of the best coffees that Oaxaca, Chiapas and Puebla can offer but also hope to create meaningful partnerships with the farmers and community.
The partners in Mexico want the clients to now that for the Sierra Juarez Group coffee is the main crop for the farmers and region. It contributes the majority of employment and income and importantly for the producers they see it as a way to help conservation efforts. In particular these coffees are produced under shade trees, which preserve biodiversity and the environmental systems.
The association is made up of 22 man and 40 women, while this lot contains the traditional typica and bourbon varieties it also contains small hints of gesha, mundo novo and garnica.