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Organic El Natural, Mexico

Organic El Natural, Mexico

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Discover the rich and vibrant taste of El Natural coffee, a rare and naturally processed coffee from Nayarit, Mexico. It has bold and complex flavors of dark fruity, sweet, and a hint of citrus, that creates a truly unforgettable coffee experience. Its unique natural processing method preserves the coffee's natural flavors and character, allowing you to experience the authentic essence of the region. Order now and taste the difference of El Natural coffee from Nayarit, Mexico.
Roast Level

Light - Medium

Tasting Notes
  • fruity, 

  • sweet, 

  • citrus


Natural Single Origin - Certified Organic

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    985 Meters above sea level

    21.7514° N, 104.8455° W


    One of the classic techniques for processing coffee beans is the natural coffee process, sometimes referred to as the dry process. After being collected, coffee cherries are dried in the sun so that the beans can soak up the sweetness of the fruit before being separated from the dried cherry.

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Frequently Asked Questions


If stored properly, whole coffee beans can last for several months, if not longer. To extend the shelf life of your beans, it is important to store them in an airtight container, away from light and heat, and in a cool, dry place. It is also a good idea to keep the beans in the whole bean form until you are ready to use them, and to grind the beans just before brewing for the best flavor and aroma.

What is natural processed coffee?

Natural processed coffee, also known as dry-processed coffee, is a method of processing coffee beans in which the entire coffee cherry is left to dry in the sun before the beans are extracted.

The natural process involves several steps:

  1. Harvesting: Coffee cherries are harvested from the coffee trees when they are fully ripe.
  2. Sorting: The cherries are sorted to remove any damaged or unripe cherries.
  3. Drying: The cherries are spread out on raised beds or patios to dry in the sun. The cherries are turned regularly to ensure even drying. This process can take several weeks, and the cherries are typically covered during the night to prevent moisture buildup.
  4. Hulling: Once the cherries are fully dry, they are hulled to remove the dried fruit and parchment. The beans are then sorted and graded for quality.

Natural processed coffee tends to have a distinct flavor profile that is fruity, sweet, and full-bodied. The natural sugars and flavors from the fruit of the coffee cherry are absorbed by the beans during the drying process, resulting in a coffee with a more pronounced fruitiness and sweetness. Natural processed coffee is often associated with coffee-producing regions in Ethiopia and Yemen, where the method has been used for centuries. However, it is becoming more popular in other regions as well, especially among specialty coffee roasters and coffee lovers who appreciate its unique flavor profile.

Should I grind my own beans?

If you don't who will? Swing by a shop and we'll be happy to grind them for ya. If at home, we suggest grabbing a grinder from the coffee gear section on the site if you don't have one. Grinding to order ensures that you can enjoy your coffee at it's peak freshness.