Roasted Ott Vacation: Please be aware that Roasted Ott will be closed for processing from June 30 through July 15. Any orders received by Tuesday, June 25 will be roasted and shipped prior to July 1. Any order received after June 25 will be processed if time permits and shipped by July 1. If orders are received after June 25 can not be included in the roasting this week, they will be fulfilled upon my return with the roasting schedule the week of July 15. Thank you for your understanding an patience.

MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC
MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC
MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC
MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC
MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC
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MEXICO OAXACA PLUMA SANTA CRUZ OZOLOTEPEC

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APRICOT, NOUGAT, VANILLA, COCOA POWDER

Grower

12 coffee producers from Santa Cruz Ozolotepec

Altitude

900 – 1250 masl

Variety

Typica, Criollo, Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Caturra

Soil

Clay minerals

Region

Santa Cruz de Ozolotepec, Santa María Ozolotepec, Oaxaca, Mexico

Process

Fully washed and dried in the sun and mechanical driers (guardiolas)

Harvest

December - January

Imagine starting at sea level in the popular Mexican beach destination of Puerto Escondido and traveling along progressively steeper and curvier roads through villages, where the local population still wear traditional indigenous clothing, eventually arriving at a lush forest intercropped with coffee, bananas, corn, beans, fruit trees, and views of the Pacific Ocean in the distance below. This is the Oaxacan coffee growing region known as the zona Pluma where the Sierra Madre del Sur coastal mountain range is peppered with small coffee farms.  This particular lot comes from 12 families living near the town of Santa Cruz Ozolotepec that cultivate coffee on farms with just a few acres. Each producer harvests and carefully sorts cherries and then depulps, ferments, washes, and dries the coffee using their own micro-mill.  They deliver their dried parchment to the family owned export company in Oaxaca called Galguera Gomez, which specializes in preparing traceable Oaxacan lots and paying producers higher incomes for the quality of their coffee.

Coffee and description sourced through Royal Coffee.