Thank you all for your comments. Yes, with apologies for the imperfect photo, our pound bags are clearly labeled to indicate medium or dark, or blend of both (my personal favourite being: "Splendidly Blendedly". Until very recently our beans were organic, but it is nearly impossible to procure organic coffee beans in Mexico, at present. I am not able to elaborate, as I still don't fully understand myself what changed. No Bullshit Coffee's entire reputation and philosophy is based on providing our customers with the finest quality and freshest coffee we can find. We utilize simple packaging, make no fancy claims and roast-date every bag. We do our utmost to ensure that any coffee that must be ground is packaged immediately and delivered direct to vendors as efficiently as possible.
For those who have enquired about pricing, we sell our beans & ground coffee at very reasonable, equitable prices to our vendors.
Tiny, I agree with you that if you have a grinder at home, beans are the best way to go.
Gringal, and Angus MacTavish, If you are satisfied with the quality of your vendor's coffee, more power to you. Please consider just trying ours. I think you will love it!! Our labels are not intended to be in any way gimmicky, although naturally we would like to stand out on the shelf, thus the gold.
Ferret, We do have Oaxaca French Roast and Chiapas French Roast. The particular region only depends on our supply at the time. We always purchase raw beans in relatively small amounts, and only ever small batch roast, so as to ensure optimum freshness.
Cafe Mediterranio, THANK YOU for your kind remarks! We really appreciate your appreciation!! We discontinued with the markets, as there was so much red-tape involved, it finally wore our wonderful agents down. Now that SuperLake is in new hands, we want to give them another chance.
Thank you all sincerely for your comments,
No Bullshit Coffee
La Manzanilla, Jalisco