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Single Origin Whole Bean Story: Mexico Chiapas

Chameleon Cold-Brew’s Single Origin Coffee Beans are sourced from the Mexican region of Chiapas, and we are helping them rebuild after plant disease struck.

Chameleon Cold-Brew’s Whole Bean line includes varieties sourced from all over the world, including Central America, East Africa and Indonesia. The Single Origin changes seasonally to feature sustainably sourced beans from a variety of regions where coffee beans are flavorful and in season.

The first Single Origin highlights beans from the Chiapas region of Mexico with flavors of sweet, milk chocolate, cherries, and hazelnut. The washed process allows for flavor of the territory to shine through.

Single Origin Whole Bean Story: Mexico Chiapas with Chameleon Cold-Brew Whole Bean Coffee
Chameleon Cold-Brew Single Origin Whole Bean Coffee

Why Chiapas?

Chameleon wanted to source their coffee from Chiapas due to the great flavor and quality of the coffee beans from this region. However, Chiapas was unfortunately hit by Roya, a plant disease that causes coffee leaf rust, which devastated the plantations.

Single Origin Whole Bean Story: Mexico Chiapas with Chameleon Cold-Brew Whole Bean Coffee

Chameleon was determined to help Chiapas rebuild, and so, they supported a farming community that is employing biodiversity by planting different varietals that are resistant to Roya, as well as a unique way to shade the coffee with corn stalks, which the farmers will use as a source of income until the coffee plants are ready to be harvested.

Single Origin Whole Bean Story: Mexico Chiapas with Chameleon Cold-Brew Whole Bean Coffee

Through supporting Chiapas, Chameleon is able to source a single origin bean with the same high quality and bold flavor that the brand is known for in a sustainable way.

Single Origin Whole Bean Story: Mexico Chiapas with Chameleon Cold-Brew Whole Bean Coffee


You can buy our Single Origin: Mexico Chiapas Whole Bean on our website now or at HEB. Look out for our future Single Origin varieties and try our other varieties on our website.SaveSave

Author: Emma Hughes

Published on 11/27/2017