It is with great pleasure and emotion that we launch this coffee, as for us, it fully represents what true work is in a coffee community. In 2010. Jesus Salazar, “Cafeologo”, has developed a coffee growing project in Chiapas involving the Maya communities. He works directly with 140 micro coffee producers who grow high quality coffee, which is produced under the shade of the primary Mexican forest. Far from intensive production, each farmer produces around 20 bags per year. Jesus, Q-processor, stands by their side in the technical part of the process to create high quality nano-lots, the best we tasted in Mexico for a long time! Benefício Comunitário San Pedro is located in the region of Aldama. The inhabitants of this Tzotzil community live far from everything. Benefício gathers 80 farmers and each one of them has around 2 coffee hectares. They grow coffee trees in their native forest shades. To encourage selective crops, Jesus pays the same price both for a kilo of cherries and parchment. These coffees are not certified, but they are all grown according to organic agriculture practices. Benefício has 65 African beds and a biologist who manages the varietal garden where all types and varieties of coffee are under observation, so that he can later grow the most resilient, qualitative and productive coffees. A phenomenal coffee!