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Our stories

We link Mexican producers with roasters and importers of specialty coffees nationally and internationally, understanding the needs of all related parties, thereby offering an articulation based on the common good.

 

We work deeply with producers to improve quality, from the selection of the most suitable varieties for their farms, depending on the altitude and their micro-region, to nutrition, pest and disease management, tissue management, harvest, processes, fermentations, drying and storage.

 

We also bring consumers closer to the socio-economic-environmental reality of the producers and coffee plantations.

 

We not only work with coffee, but with the stories of families committed to their land and culture.

proyectos de investigación

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el equimite cafetal biodinámico

Veracruz

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

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la joya

Veracruz

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

Proyectos con enfoque de género y empalme generacional

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maricela

Oaxaca

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

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Carolina patricio

Oaxaca

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

proyectos de impacto

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Tlapajti

Veracruz

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

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La Montaña Alta

Guerrero

Marisela, daughter of Miguel and Macaria, looked for a way to help her parents, to produce better quality coffee.

 

Avoiding the coyotes (smugglers) and breaking down the barriers in the area where she lives, she reached Ensambles.

 

Today they produce coffee while respecting the land and raising the name of their farm.

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