Our project is located in a natural reserve, it ia biodynamic coffee farm in Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico, with a vision of sustainability and community development.
Finca Trebolillos is a vibrant and inclusive project aimed at preserving and nurturing the cloud forest by creating a productive, biodynamic, and regenerative ecosystem centered around shade-grown coffee. With over 200 years of tradition and cultural significance, Finca Trebolillos has become an integral part of the Coatepec basin in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. It has not only shaped the identity of the region but also fostered a deep sense of belonging within the community.
Who are we?
For over two centuries, our family has upheld a cherished tradition since 1808, cultivating high-quality specialty coffee in the midst of a magnificent cloud forest within the territory of La Orduña. Our story began with our great-grandfather Juan, followed by our grandfather Antonio, and our father Enrique. Today, it is our privilege as women to carry on this legacy.
Amidst the enchanting beauty of orange blossom flowers, we have persevered through hard work and faced the challenges of an evolving agricultural landscape. Now, a new generation emerges, led by three sisters, determined to continue this cherished tradition. With a renewed environmental consciousness and a deep commitment to land stewardship and product excellence, we embraced organic farming practices in 2012. Our dedication was recognized in 2017 when we achieved and have maintained Ecocert certification. Additionally, we have embraced biodynamic practices, and we anticipate obtaining Demeter certification for our estate by 2024.
Our team consists of highly skilled professionals, well-versed in the meticulous processes of coffee processing and roasting, ensuring each cup delivers an exquisite taste experience.
Our ultimate goal is to make a meaningful contribution to both the coffee industry and the coffee culture by consistently elevating quality standards, we aspire to create moments of pure delight for coffee enthusiasts. Furthermore, we remain steadfast in our commitment to preserving and nurturing the land, while conducting our business in a fair and sustainable manner.
Biodynamic preparations, Community, Education, Reforestation, protection of native bees. Community, Education.
Organic coffee with biodynamic practices.
|Cultivation location:||La Orduna, Coatepec, Veracruz|
|Owner:||Alejandra Martínez Gama|
|Coffee cultivation area:||42 hectars|
|Alttitude (above sea level):||1,100|
|Harvest time:||February, March|
|Certification:||Organic certification for Europe|
Alejandra Martínez Gama
Gerente de ventas firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Calle Fco. I. Madero 15, Col. Tlalpan Centro, C.P. 14000, Ciudad de México, CDMX.