Operating in a fiercely competitive market, the key for the Grupo Terruño Nayaritaco-operative is to create a sense of loyalty from the members to continue delivery high quality coffee. This is achieved with their part ownership of the organization, as well as paying producers the prevailing market price for received cherry, followed up with further secondary and tertiary payments once coffee has been exported, final invoices settled and accounts cleared for the season. These extra payments reward producers for the quality they deliver to them, and the initial delivery payments help with cash flow.


Founded in 2015, Grupo Terruño Nayarita have 600 members and are based within the Tepec community in Nayarit, a state on the western coast of Mexico between the Pacific and Sierra Madre Occidental mountains.


This year, the natural lot comes from three communities, Cofradia de Chocolon, El Cuarenteno, and La Yerba, combining their growing and processing powers to produce a tasty fruity lot at larger volume than individual lots they have produced before.


This Naturally processed coffee has plenty of intense body and flavour, owing to it's natural processing method. It's complemented by a sweet butterscotch finish, which really rounds off the cup.

Terruno Nayarita, Mexico

Beans Or Ground
  • Flavour : Winey, Butterscotch, Cola

  • Altitude :           1040 masl

    SCA Score :        84

    Processing :      Natural

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