"It is important for us that it is known that in Cosautlán we produce high-quality coffee. We would like to make it known that a specialty coffee represents many things in a single bean.."
-Carlos Cadena, Owner of Finca Huehuetepan.
Carlos Cadena is a producer from Veracruz, a professional graduate but a farmer at heart. He has continued the family tradition that his maternal grandfather began, and now, with "Huehuetepan Farm," Carlos has renewed his commitment to his family, his community, and the environment. "Huehuetepan Farm" is located in the mountainous region of Cosautlán, Veracruz, and its specialty is natural coffee.
"Huehuetepan Farm" in Veracruz is an exceptional coffee farm that has consistently earned high recognition in the prestigious competition: Cup of Excellence. Over the years, this farm has received several accolades, including an impressive sixth place in 2022 with a score of 89.63 points, a third place in 2023 with a score of 90.25, as well as top rankings in 2021 and 2019.
What sets "Huehuetepan Farm" apart is not only its remarkable performance in competitions but also its commitment to sustainable agricultural practices and its innovative approach to controlled fermentation. This combination of sustainable farming methods and creative fermentation techniques ensures that the coffee produced by this farm is of the highest quality.
The farm has established strong relationships with top coffee bars in Guadalajara and Mexico City, as well as international clients. The exceptional quality of "Huehuetepan Farm's" coffee has earned it recognition and appreciation from coffee enthusiasts.
In particular, last year, "Huehuetepan Farm" made its mark in Japan by introducing its first coffee lots through Woolis, with renowned roasters in Tokyo and Osaka. This expansion into the Japanese market is a testament to the farm's ongoing commitment to delivering exceptional coffee experiences and highly clean fermentation processes.
"Huehuetepan Farm" in Veracruz is a name that commands respect in the specialty coffee producers' community in Mexico, with its consistent work, sustainable practices, and a focus on learning from other great producers.
Farm Size: 200 hectares
Processes: Washed, Natural, Extended Fermentations
Varieties: Mundo Maya, Typica, Marsellesa
Altitude: 1550 - 1780 meters above sea level
International Clients: USA, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea