They’ve grown Arabica coffee in Mexico for hundreds of years. But Robusta coffee only appeared in 1949. The producers are intent on getting the best out of this Robusta and won’t settle for treating it like any old coffee for the lower-end market. They found the sticky fruit flesh persistently clings to the coffee bean. A single wash is not enough to loosen the hold. That’s when they developed this peerless process of double washing Robusta.
The Arabica coffee beans are given a medium roast and the rare double washed Robusta coffee beans get a long and deep roast. Together this Vertuo Arabica and Robusta blend coffee is a medium roast.
You’ll do a double take when you learn Master Origins Mexico with double washed Robusta contains Robusta. All the intensity of Robusta coffee is refined in a double wash and leaves you with its intense roasted and spiced notes and a rich thick texture.