Las Cotorras

Around 300 small-scale producers from Jaltenango, Chiapas

Las Cotorras coffee is grown in the highlands of the state of Chiapas, home to the Triunfo Biosphere Reserve. As you journey through the remote highlands here, an incredibly beautiful species of bird can be seen. These birds are called Cotorras and they find their perfect habitat on coffee farms that produce the amazing coffees in the highlands of Chiapas. Although these birds can be seen in many parts of the world, the Cotorra is endemic to Mexico and many can be found in the jungle in Chiapas. In the region these birds are not just known for preferring a “coffeelands” habitat for nesting, but also for being a symbol of authenticity and freedom.

In this area you can witness the juxtaposition of southern and northern species, which are attracted to the area’s natural richness. El Triunfo Biosphere is a protected area of close to 120 thousand hectares. It represents the very last of the Central American cloud forests, where naturally occurring condensation is trapped by the forest, giving life to a large number of plant and animal species. In this region, we have been working with communities of very small-scale coffee growers, members of cooperatives in the region that produce high quality and organic coffee!

Coffee from Las Cotorras is unique for its sweet notes of chocolate, red fruit, spices, raisins, berries, and its creamy and full body.

Farm Varieties



Jaltenango de La Paz, Montecristo de Guerrero




1,300 – 1,700 MASL

Technical info

December- March

Processing Method

Fully washed and fermented for 20-24 hours at each farm.


Native trees.

Drying Method

Fully sun-dried on raised African beds and concrete patios.