Mother Tongue Coffee Bella Vista Women's Group - Chiapas, Mexico
Mother Tongue Coffee Bella Vista Women's Group - Chiapas, Mexico, has a citrus zing on the front end with a rich body and mildly dark, creamy finish.
This coffee is very versatile and is best for straight espresso, cappuccino and latte.
Note: We brewed this coffee at home with the Breville Barista Express.
Bella Vista Women's Group coffee is a washed coffee consisting of Bourbon, Caturra, and Catimor varieties produced by Rosalba Cifuentes Tovía in Chiapas, Mexico.
This coffee is roasted and sold by Mother Tongue Coffee in Oakland, California.
On Bag Notes
Tasting notes on the bag indicate simply:
“tastes like lemonade & caramel ice cream.”
Trade rates the roast level of this coffee at a 6/10, which is a medium roast, describing it as having
“Lingering chocolaty-hazelnut sweetness”
“lemonade acidity highlights.”
Mexican coffee is pretty diverse in flavor profiles, and overall, this is a solid entry for the first Mexican coffee we’ve tried.
Upon sniffing the beans, smells were reminiscent of the peanut butter in those cheap sandwich crackers, a faint Cheez-It smell to go along with it, followed by a mild caramel, chocolatey scent.
There were lots of subtly familiar pleasant scents.
The first flavor hit was pretty citrusy, preceding a sweeter, creamier finish as an espresso shot.
This coffee had playfully mild darkness that worked nicely with the lemon-like acid.
It was also great with oat milk, which accentuated the creamy, nutty flavors but still allowed the brightness to shine through.
We would undoubtedly try Coffee Bella Vista Women's Group - Chiapas, Mexico again and look forward to other coffees from Mother Tongue Coffee.