✔ Organic & artisan roasted coffee beans
✔ Eco-friendly packaging
✔ Soft flavour
✔ For a soft lungo, cappuccino or subtle coffee flavour in a latte macchiato
Each flavour is unique! From all the Bioco coffee beans that we offer, this Mexico coffee bean is the most 'medium' coffee. If we take a look at the coffee scores, we see a lot of 'middle' or 'medium' cores. A 3/5 for flavour, a 2/5 for aroma and a 3/5 for after flavour does not mean that your coffee is less delicious than other. In fact, it has nothing to do with the quality of the coffee but rather with the intensity of the flavour. This Mexican coffee is an excellent 'medium' intense flavoured coffee. These organic coffee beans make your coffee taste like a light white wine with a hint of dry sourness. Perfect for a soft lungo, cappuccino or a subtle coffee flavour in a latte macchiato.
This coffee is also known as one of the best Mexican coffees which is harvested at higher altitudes.
Deze koffie staat zelfs bekend als één van de beste, op grote hoogte geteelde, Mexicaanse koffies. Waar alle koffiebonen wel hetzelfde in zijn, is dat je ze allemaal kan malen in je koffiemolen en in jouw koffiemachine steken. Lekker handig dus!
One thing that doesn't differ between coffee beans? You can grind them all in your coffee grinder at home and just put it in your coffee machine. So handy!
*Where industrial coffee roasters choose to roast their beans in less than 5 minutes at extreme temperatures, Bioco chooses to roast their beans for at least 15 minutes long at a moderature temperature. This allows the flavours to come into their own and retain their delicious aroma.
This coffee comes in an eco-friendly 'tube' packaging with an ecopouch (biobased bag) inside. The Mexican coffee beans 250g is also available as Mexico Ground Coffee.
A perfect ratio of coffee & water does not exist. Everyone's preferences differs and the end results may vary depending upon the coffee machine used.
Our recommended dosage of gram per cup of coffee:
6 grams = light
How to grind coffee in a coffee grinder?
For an espresso machine, the beans should be as fine as possible.