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Coatepec is not only a Pueblo Magico but also a very important town for coffee-growers in Mexico.
Combine the delight of a cup of coffee with a harmonious tour around San Cristobal’s main cultural attractions.
The experience of coffee tasting can be enthralling and intense. Enjoy it while you travel to all the coffee regions in the world.
Visit the great coffee grower haciendas that make Coatepec such an ideal destination for coffee lovers.
If you order a coffee after lunch and it gets cold, then you’ll know if it’s a good variety, because quality coffee tastes great even cold
Order a coffee with dark chocolate. It enhances the taste of coffee.
Given Coatepec’s geographic location on a mountainous area, carry a raincoat because you never know when it’s going to rain.
Climb up to Coatepec’s scenic overlook and you’ll discover a new landscape every day, sometimes foggy, sometimes clear.
If you don’t have too much time and you want to visit El Chiflón and Montebello Lakes, take a tour to San Cristobal that includes both sites.
Visit the arts market where you’ll find varied and great quality products at a fair price.
When you visit churches and temples, make sure there are no signs that indicate photography is not allowed.
In Amatenango del Valle, 38 km away from San Cristobal, you can find ceramic craftworks elaborated with prehispanic techniques.
Coffee growth and commerce since the 19th century made Coatepec a rich region that still preserves its coffee making tradition.
Coffee Trees take up to four years to reach their mature production.
Coffee arrived in Europe in the early seventeenth century. It’s said that King Louis XIV and Pope Clement III were the first to become fond of it.
In 1800 Brazil was the main coffee producer in the world.
In Colombia, a tree grows three times as fast as in Chile and nine times as fast as in Canada.
Coatepec is constantly covered in fog because it’s located in a mountainous area.
The city of Jalapa, near Coatepec, has been called the Athens of Veracruz because of the rich cultural activity it hosts.
San Cristobal was Chiapas’ capital until 1894, and although it isn’t anymore, it’s considered its cultural capital.
San Cristobal has had several names throughout its history. The current one makes reference to the namesake saint that’s considered the patron of travelers.
Organic Coffee from Chiapas
1. Get 10% discount in the purchase of 1kg
2. Free shipping in Guadalajara
3. Foreign shipping (outside of Guadalajara and Mexico) will have an additional cost.
4. Present the DINKtravelers voucher in print or send a photo of the DINKtravelers voucher via any online method.
1. Get a 3% discount on your purchase of 3 or more kilos of roasted coffee at the shop or online.
2. Present the DINKtravelers voucher electronically or in print.
3. If you shop online, send a photo of the DINKtravelers voucher via any online method.
4. If you shop at the cafe, present the DINKtravelers voucher in print.
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Organic Coffee in Guadalajara
1. The discount does not apply in additional ingredients
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