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    R.H.
    Wild Coffee Review

    The coffee is great! As it always is. Whats concerning is that after the order has been placed, I have not been receiving updates on it being processed, sent, nor any tracking information?? Not sure why that is the case?

    Richard Howard

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    T.C.
    Great Coffee, not so great bag

    Love Wild Food Coffees! They are organic and have great flavor. Will no longer be ordering, however, because of the new bags being used. You, the customer must now transfer beans to a jar to keep them fresh like the previous “one-way” bags would do. So coffee 4 stars; bags 2!

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    E.S.
    Very tasty!

    Couple of years ago I found a coffee in a local Mexican town that had an amaizing taste. When I got back home I was trying to find a similar tasting coffee and the one from Wild Foods won the selection process. Now I cannot imagine my day without it. Highly recommend!

    M
    M.
    Great taste

    Great taste.Smooth and doesn't cause gitters. Goes well with cream, cocotropic and MCT oil.

    K
    K.V.
    Mexico Dark

    very good, nice flavor

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    Rich Taste Of Mexico

    Wild Mexico Coffee is a rich warm roast of dark coffee. Delivering a smooth and satisfying experience for those who love a black bean roast.

    Wild Coffee beans are fresh roasted right here in Austin. That's why your beans will have an oily shine and fresh roasted smell as soon as you peal back the seal.

    Brewlicious Instructions

    Dark Drip: 2 tbsp medium grind coffee to 8 ounces of 195-205 degree water.

    Black Pour Over: 28g of coarse grounds to 310g of 200 degree water.

    Chemex Caffeine Rush: 6 tbsp of coarse ground coffee to 700g of water.

    Small Coffee Is Better

    Single-origin coffee ensures you are getting coffee from the exact areas and farms on the label.

    Farmers that grow small-batch single-estate, and single-origin coffee receive a fair price, and their local community benefits as well.

    Helping Others With A Fair (Trade) Choice

    Fair Trade is a way to make a conscious choice for a better world. The practice of Fair Trade concepts are based on the idea that the products we buy and sell are connected to the livelihoods of those who grow it.

    Earnings should fulfill basic household needs, regardless of volatile market prices. Workers who are employed on Fair Trade certified plantations highly value the education, better housing, better schools, and medical facilities provided due to Fair Trade effects.

    Coffee's Popularity

    Do you find yourself going to bed each night already dreaming of your next morning's brew? You're not the only one. Worldwide, we drink over 500 billion cups of coffee each year. That's a huge amount of coffee, so why not make yours Wild?

    Let's not forget about drinking enough water everyday... Water is actually the only beverage that is more popular than coffee. Plus, we need water—that precious liquid—to brew up our beautiful beans!

    Wild Mexico Coffee Resources

    Wild Mexico Coffee FAQ

    What is the best way to store coffee?

    Keep it stored away from light and heat in an air tight container. Don't refrigerate your beans and only freeze your beans if you don't plan on using them soon. Then make sure you triple wrap them.

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