Really rare find! This strictly high grown lot of beans from Huatusco at the La Loja Estate have been carefully honey processed, which tones down the brightness and creates a soft, nutty, sweet, creamy mug of coffee.
Mexican coffee is not a favorite around here. The really nice ones, sure, they're great, but they come at a hefty price. The inexpensive ones -- ugh, too bright, too harsh, too nutty. Just can't stand behind it. So we don't give them much attention. But a honey processed Mexican! That's worth a try, you don't see that too often. Very easy to drink. We enjoy the soft mouthfeel, almost buttery.
By far though, we enjoy it best when it is prepared as espresso (or even an aeropress or moka pot). In our shot of espresso we are tasting lime juice, butter, toffee, and a sweet finish.