Cerro Teotepec is the highest peak in the state of Guerrero, located at 3,550 MASL in the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountain range. Teotepec means “Cerro de Dios” or Hill of God, and it is an area surrounded by dense forests and ravines with a high concentration of biological diversity along the Pacific slope.
It harbors diverse climates that provide optimal climatic conditions for coee to grow. Local stories, told by the inhabitants, say that this mystical place used to be a key gathering place during the Mixtec and Tlapanec culture rising. The gods met on this hill, and only the leaders of the ethnic groups could hike to the peak to receive divine guidance to make their villages and cultures prosperous.
Teotepec blend has fruity notes of plum, berries, guava, full-body, and a clean and lingering aftertaste.
Atoyac de Alvares
1,500 – 1,800 MASL