We're really excited to be launching our Stori Mexico Decaf Cold Brew this summer! You can pre-order today, coffee ships early July!
Our Single-Origin Mexico Decaf Cold Brew, was produced using a proprietary Snapchill™ brew method. This technology allows our coffees to be experienced as intended, not only by preserving the aroma and flavors of origin, but enhancing them in every sip! Just as you would brew your regular tasty cup of hot coffee, this technology uses the power of simple science to chill everything you pour in seconds before canning.Our cold brew can be safely shipped at room temperature, making it easier to get to your fridges!
About the Coffee
Our San Cristóbal de las Casas & Yajalón Single-Origin Decaf is an exceptional fully washed processed coffee that was medium roasted to preserve origin flavors. This coffee is grown by smallholder producers, that deliver to the San Cristobal de las Casas and Yajalón mills in Northern Chiapas, and verified through our local partners who works closely with communities to ensure economic transparency. This region is known for producing large beans that create a balanced cup with a smooth body and ideal medium sweet acidity.
As you sip this coffee notice the notes of lavender, waffle cone, and creamy pecans. The experience of drinking this coffee can be truly meditative.
This coffee comes from the Chiapas region of Mexico, N16 degrees, 30’ 0’W92 degrees, 30’ 0’ between 1300-1700m elevation. Nestled on the Guatemalan border, Chiapas holds the crown for producing the most coffee in Mexico with a terroir that is set apart from the rest of the country. This region is flanked by Bourbon, Caturra, Typica, and Catuai varietals - all grown in volcanic and loamy soil.
DECAFFEINATED USING A NATURAL - CHEMICAL FREE PROCESS
Unlike other decaf processes which use chemicals, Mountain Water Process (MWP) is a fully natural process that extracts the compound responsible for caffeine alone, while preserving the multitude of other compounds responsible for flavor. MWP uses pure water from Pico de Orizaba - the highest mountain in Mexico.