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Now you can subscribe to the Blue Tribe Coffee Club for a convenient and easy way to make sure your Blue Tribe Chiapas Coffee is always stocked.Join the Blue Tribe Coffee Club and have your delicious shade-grown organic Chiapas coffee delivered to your doorstep every month! Joining the club means that we'll send you a package of your choice of combination of two bags (2.2 lbs) of Blue Tribe Coffee every month.As a member you'll be the first to have access to any limited beans or micro-lot selections we find in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.
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Our decaffeinated coffee is processed using the patented Mountain Water Process. The Mountain Water Process uses pure mountain water from glaciers to extract the caffeine from the coffee bean. This process is renowned for preserving the taste of the bean while not using potentially harmful chemicals to extract caffeine.With Blue Tribe Decaf Coffee you don't lose any of that great taste that you're looking for in your morning brew!
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We combine our high-altitude shade-grown coffee together with a hefty portion of the famous Maragogype Elepant bean. This overall blend delivers a delicious coffee with tones of sweet chocolate, nutty caramel and a fruity aftertaste.Grown organically like most of the coffee grown in Chiapas.Blend Sources: Pocolum, Jaltenango, Tenejapa
Maragogype Portion: High
Flavor: Sweet Chocolate, Nut, Caramel
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For a limited time only Blue Tribe Coffee is proud to offer bags of 100% pure Maragogype Elephant bean coffee. This highly sought after coffee will take your coffee experience to a whole new level.The Maragogype bean delivers a smooth, chocolatey taste that even non-coffee drinkers will love.Important note: The coffee plant that produces the Maragogype bean was hard hit the past two seasons by the "Rust Leaf" plague. This has resulted in the surviving plant producing an occasional smaller bean. These smaller beans are a low percentage of the total Maragype beans which are normally well above average in size.