I heard about this coffee and had to try it, because trying this coffee meant helping the environment. For those of you who haven’t been watching the news the environment is that thing we human are killing that we can’t live without.
So this coffee is grown on the border of a national park in Mexico by aboriginal Mexicans in a way that helps them to live traditionally. It, like all Equal Exchange coffee, comes with the guaranty that the environment in not encroached upon in coffee production.
Like the coffee I reviewed last month you kind of need to get it in beans. I don’t think they sell it in ground form, but, to be honest, I had to twist some arms to get a case of this stuff.
It’s coffee for those who need a kick to get them out of bed but not for those who love coffee. The flavor is on the mild side and it tends to taste of whatever you put in the cup.