Mexican coffee is fairly unheard of on this side of the Atlantic with the majority of the coffee heading North to the USA. It also doesn’t produce a great deal of speciality grade coffee with most of the coffee leaving the country sold as commodity coffee.
This however may change in years to come as Mexico has a huge amount of land that is perfect for growing high grade speciality coffee as well as a large work force of well established coffee growing professionals. Watch this space!
With a fairly high traceability, Mexican coffee can have a broad range of flavours. That said, a typical Mexican coffee is delicate and light in body. It doesn’t usually possess the bold fruit notes to that of its Southern neighbours but instead can have a sweeter, chocolate flavour profile.