Mexican Terruño Nayarita Cuarenteño Washed Processed

(8 customer reviews)

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Always our favorite Mexican coffees . A little fuller bodied than most lots, good sweetness and full of floral, nutty, caramel & chocolaty tones. Lighter roasts accentuate the cool floral & caramel qualities but will have noticeable lemony citric crispness. Medium to just before 2nd crack will produce smooth defined and balanced cups. Darker roasts get edgy and strong, smoky nutty and bakers chocolate tones which some will definitely like as well

$7.55

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$7.05/lb

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Description

This is an excellent fresh lot from Terruno Nayarita. One of the most trackable and sustainable Mexican coffees (and tasty!). Our first relationship coffees here at Burman, we have been working with them for going on 18 seasons now. Be sure to   check out all the information at trackyourcoffee.com. This is lot GTN8411008

Want to know why we think Terruño Nayarita is so cool? Check out our new blog post about them. 

This is a farm that holds a special place in our hearts. Gathered around an extinct volcano, Cerro San Juan, a committed group of 260 cooperative coffee farmers are working together to produce arguably the best coffee in Mexico. Terruño Nayarita coffees come from heirloom trees. The word ‘Terruño’ means ‘homestead’. These are farmers that take great pride in their coffee.

San Cristobal Coffee Importers takes great care to find and produce excellent coffee, making sure farmers use safe, sustainable shade techniques and provide a fair wage to the workers. Check out their webpage:
San Cristobal

Tasting Notes:

Always our favorite Mexican coffees . A little fuller bodied than most lots, good sweetness and full of floral, nutty, caramel & chocolaty tones. Lighter roasts accentuate the cool floral & caramel qualities but will have noticeable lemony citric crispness. Medium to just before 2nd crack will produce smooth defined and balanced cups. Darker roasts get edgy and strong, smoky nutty and bakers chocolate tones which some will definitely like as well

Roasting Notes:
Tasty from light to dark but I would shoot for a nice medium roast to start. A little bit of a rougher cup into second crack but very chocolaty with just a hint of a floral aromatics, a smoky finish. A bit more delicate, sweeter and smoother at lighter roasts. A good bean to play with different roast levels. Even roasting with medium to low chaff.

Additional information

Weight 1.01 lbs
Arrival Date:

01/11/24

Lot #:

8411

Origin:

Nayarita

Processing Method:

Washed

8 reviews for Mexican Terruño Nayarita Cuarenteño Washed Processed

  1. Kevin (verified owner)

    These washed beans, remind me of a good Kona at a fraction of the price.

  2. kschomer

    This is the first time we roasted coffee and selected these beans and it does remind us of Kona as we usually drink Kona coffee from a farm in Hawaii. The coffee we roasted was very good and also turned out very smooth.

  3. John

    This is one of the first coffees I have roasted, and it turned out great! I gave some to my extended family and it was a hit! Great, smooth morning coffee.

  4. Judith Bevilacqua (verified owner)

    For years this has been our go-to favorite. Consistent, rich and smooth but with nice complexity of fruity flavor…
    We roast all our beans on the light side, so tend to pick coffees with that in mind. I could live with this coffee for “life!”

  5. Mick Hudson (verified owner)

    IMO these beans I have personally roasted weekly are my favorite.Better than Kona IMO,I lived Hawaii 13 years..Also many people who I’ve gifted with Nayarita and other coffees say the Mex was best…

  6. Rushad Daruwala (verified owner)

    This turned out to be a great coffee. I was pleasantly surprised as my prior experiences with coffee from Mexico was underwhelming. Roasted passed FC but shy of SC. The beans had chocolatey notes, made a very smooth cup of coffee.

  7. stromchan (verified owner)

    We love this Mexican bean! We get lemon, spring flowers, and light caramel for tasting notes.

    My wife an I are small-time roasters that roast for a local farmer’s market. We use a Gene Cafe that we bought from Burman. After playing around, this is how we roast this coffee.

    We roast 9 ounces at a time. I preheat the Gene to the first alarm, then let it shut down and run the cool cycle to 140. After we add the beans, we roast at full temp until first crack starts at 9.6 minutes. We then reduce the temperature to 420 and let it roast for 2.0 more minutes. After that, we let the cool cycle run.

  8. Todd (verified owner)

    As a regular pour over this coffee didn’t blow me away. It’s a nice coffee, though. As a concentrated cold brew it’s phenomenal, especially with a splash of cream. Straight chocolate brownie with some walnut hints and maybe some caramel in the background. It’s a bean I definitely want to experiment with more.

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