Maximiano Garcia

$25.70 

per delivery

Oaxaca

,

Mexico

Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

Oaxaca

,

Mexico

Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

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Light & Floral

Maximiano Garcia produces Typica on a small farm in Oaxaca. Typica is a low-yielding variety can be prone to disease, such as 'coffee leaf rust'. Typica Variety also happens to be one of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica coffees in the world - not to mention our favourite. Typica seeds were taken from Ethiopia around the 16th Century and exported all over the world. Fast forward to more recent times and Typica is becoming less and less common. Farmers are replacing their Typica trees with new, genetically modified arabica varieties that boast higher yields and resistance to disease. Unfortunately, these benefits can come with a sacrifice to the quality. Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

Maximiano Garcia produces Typica on a small farm in Oaxaca. Typica is a low-yielding variety can be prone to disease, such as 'coffee leaf rust'. Typica Variety also happens to be one of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica coffees in the world - not to mention our favourite. Typica seeds were taken from Ethiopia around the 16th Century and exported all over the world. Fast forward to more recent times and Typica is becoming less and less common. Farmers are replacing their Typica trees with new, genetically modified arabica varieties that boast higher yields and resistance to disease. Unfortunately, these benefits can come with a sacrifice to the quality. Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

Category
Light & Floral
Decaf
Notes
Jasmine & Pomegranate
Process
Jasmine & Pomegranate
Varietal
Typica
Harvest
April 2022
Notes
Jasmine & Pomegranate
Process
Jasmine & Pomegranate
Varietal
Typica

Maximiano Garcia produces Typica on a small farm in Oaxaca. Typica is a low-yielding variety can be prone to disease, such as 'coffee leaf rust'. Typica Variety also happens to be one of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica coffees in the world - not to mention our favourite. Typica seeds were taken from Ethiopia around the 16th Century and exported all over the world. Fast forward to more recent times and Typica is becoming less and less common. Farmers are replacing their Typica trees with new, genetically modified arabica varieties that boast higher yields and resistance to disease. Unfortunately, these benefits can come with a sacrifice to the quality. Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

Maximiano Garcia produces Typica on a small farm in Oaxaca. Typica is a low-yielding variety can be prone to disease, such as 'coffee leaf rust'. Typica Variety also happens to be one of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica coffees in the world - not to mention our favourite. Typica seeds were taken from Ethiopia around the 16th Century and exported all over the world. Fast forward to more recent times and Typica is becoming less and less common. Farmers are replacing their Typica trees with new, genetically modified arabica varieties that boast higher yields and resistance to disease. Unfortunately, these benefits can come with a sacrifice to the quality. Maximiano Garcia has given the new varieties the flick, and produced a model example of Typica, on his farm in San Lucas Zoquiapam, Oaxaca.

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