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The Vallarta (Medium/Dark Roast)

The Vallarta (Medium/Dark Roast)

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The Vallarta comes straight from the mountains near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and is a medium/dark roast with notes of sweet honey and almond. The Vallarta goes perfectly with pan dulce and long walks on the beach! 

100% Arabica coffee. Net weight: 8 ounces

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  • Feed Families in Need

    For each bag of coffee you purchase, you are providing three meals for vulnerable families. With your help, we can eliminate food insecurity in coffee-farming communities across Mexico and be one step closer to our mission of feeding 1,000,000 people!

  • Support Farmers

    We take pride in partnering with organizations dedicated to improving the lives of farmers and their families. You can feel proud knowing your morning cup of coffee is supporting ethical farming practices.

  • Never Drink Bad Coffee Again

    We believe the perfect mañana deserves a great tasting cup of coffee. That's why we import only the highest quality coffee beans from Mexico so that you can enjoy freshly roasted, great tasting coffee every morning. Now that's coffee for a better mañana!

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Behind the bag

The design of 'The Vallarta' coffee bag incorporates elements inspired by the renowned Malecon, or boardwalk, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. It showcases iconic features such as the arches, the main church, palm trees, and the majestic mountains that surround the city.

The good stuff

  • Roast level: medium/dark
  • Tasting notes: sweet honey, almond
  • Origin: Nayarit, Mexico

This coffee is grown only 100 miles from the beach town of Puerto Vallarta in the Sierra Madre mountain range. From beaches to mountains (and tacos and tequila), Mexico truly has it all!