All our finished products pass through the hands of our working men and women from the different indigenous communities of the Oaxacan Sierra.

If you are interested in ordering any of our products, please contact us telling us where you are writing from and the quantities of each product you would like to receive.

Coffee

Pueblo del Sol coffee is produced at 1250 meters above sea level in San Gabriel Mixtepec, on the coast of Oaxaca. The coffee plants are mainly of the Pluma variety and are organically grown under trees that provide shade and humidity. This activity contributes in an important way to preserve Mexico’s biodiversity.

From November to February, the ripe fruits are harvested by hand and then processed under strict procedures to obtain semi-washed and honey coffees.

The selection of the best coffees, as well as their roasting and packaging, are carried out on the farm, ensuring that freshly roasted beans arrive at the homes of the people who choose this product.

In cup the coffees surpass the 84/100 points and notes of cherry, honey and caramel in fragrance/aroma predominate, in flavor prunes, honey and cocoa beans are perceived, the acidity is citric and the body creamy; and they stand out when they are prepared in artisan extraction methods.

Honey

Pueblo del Sol honey is obtained from 200 beehives strategically established in forests and coffee plantations on the farm located in San Gabriel Mixtepec, on the coast of Oaxaca. The bees go out to pecorate the flowers of trees and herbaceous plants such as camarón, gacete, corralero, guapinol, sangualico, café, palo de tila, and mano de dante; they take water from streams near the apiaries and in times of shortage of flowers they feed on their own honey.

In March and April they extract honey by hand, and when there are abundant flowers they also obtain honey in December and January. The extracted honey is first filtered with a sieve to separate beeswax or pollen residues, then the filtered honey is packaged in barrels where it is left to settle for two months and then a second filtration is done to finally pack it in 300 mL jars and take it to the customers.