Dandy Lion Coffee

Mexico and Costa Rica - Sampler Pack

Sale price Price $21.95 Regular price $25.00 Unit price  per 

2x 8oz bags

**We roast on WEDNESDAY every week. We kindly ask to put your order in by Tuesday night and we will be sure to get your order delivered that same week.

Local deliveries go out every FRIDAY. Expect USPS to deliver by FRIDAY or SATURDAY depending on where you live.** 

Save money with a sampler pack!

Having a hard time deciding what to get? Maybe you have several different taste preferences within the same household? We get it! That's why we created this sampler pack of 2x 8oz bags of both our Costa Rican and Mexican roasts!

What does Costa Rican coffee taste like?

Mild, sweet and clean with cocoa and peanut flavour with fruit, chocolate, vanilla or honey notes.

Want to go on vacation to somewhere topical? This cup will be take you there without using any of your PTO. Its bright fruity notes are smooth and sweet and will be sure to help you get through a long Minnesota winter without ever getting on a plane or emptying your bank account :)

What does Mexican coffee taste like?

Mellow and sweet with cocoa and almond flavors

This cup will transport you to evenings around the fire in the northwoods of Minnesota. The sweet chocolate and smooth nutty flavors are something akin to golden brown s’mores, and may cause you to dream of distant loon calls and waves crashing on the shore.

The Cause

Our Mexican offering is not only organic and fair trade, it also supports women coffee growers in Mexico with equal opportunities to work, buy land, and own farms. The CESMACH co-op facilitates a program for its 224 women producers; premiums are paid for these coffees in order to financially support the often undervalued work of women, many of whom are single parents running their farms and families. Such a worth while cause to support with each morning brew!

Origin: Mexico
Region: Sierra Madre, Chiapas
Farm: 224 women smallholder members of CESMACH
Variety: Bourbon, Typica, Mundo Novo
Altitude: 4000–5750 feet above sea level