The Roastery

The Roastery
4 Yawl Business Park
Foxhole, Youghal,
Co. Cork, P36 WY95

Boardwalk Café

Boardwalk on the Mall
The Mall
Cork, Eircode

Coffee On The Beach

The Boardwalk Seafront
Cork, Eircode


Mexico Decaf

Vera Cruz

Veracruz State hosts significant coffee-producing regions and a traditional coffee route due to its location near Pico de Orizaba volcano. With over 145,000 ha of area and around 16,000 Fincas properties, it boasts forest landscapes and a rich coffee culture, offering a variety of flavors, including caramel, red fruits, and dark chocolate.

Mountain Water Process | Variety: Mixed Varieties
1000 - 1200 m.a.s.l.
Cup Profile: 
Dark Chocolate, Caramel, Pomegranate


Additional Information

Veracruz State has some of the most important coffee-producing regions within Mexico and one of the most traditional coffee routes due to its geographical location below the slopes of the Pico de Orizaba volcano. In the state, more than 145 thousand ha of area is sown.

There are around 16,000 properties called Fincas growing coffee with an average of 47% tree coverage and rainfall annual average of 1,770mm. It has beautiful forest landscapes and is rich in coffee culture. Due to its natural riches and fertility, you can find a range of sweet flavours, where notes of caramel, red fruits and a strong base of dark chocolate predominate.

The coffees of this region are highly aromatic and are grown from an altitude of 1,000-1,200 meters above sea level onwards. Due to their bright acidity and balanced body, the coffees have conquered the acceptance of demanding coffee connoisseurs even when they are subjected to the Water Mountain Process to eliminate caffeine from the beans.