Coffee, Culture & Community
In 1967, the Finca Irlanda became the first certified organic and biodynamic coffee plantation in Mexico.
Since then, the farm and its community - made up of more than 30 coffee-growing families - have been in charge of preserving the endemic flora and fauna of the area, in addition to promoting direct trade and cultivating specialty high-altitude coffee.
Through agroecological techniques - which are the essence of biodynamic cultivation - water and soil are treated to avoid the environmental damage that is very characteristic of traditional coffee cultivation.
From the Soconusco region (Chiapas) to the entire country, we invite you to enjoy a delicious cup of sustainable, social and proud Mexican coffee.
Oro Maya Collectives
Through the Peters IAP Foundation, promoted by the Peters family itself, we seek to improve the social conditions of the workers, their families and the coffee-growing communities both within and surrounding the Finca Irlanda.
Currently, more than 32 families (with a total of 122 members) are benefited with:
SEP education for children and adults.
Communal kitchen and food.
Free medical and dental services.
Av. Guadalupe #1140, Col. Chapalita
Working Hours: Mon - Sat, 9am - 8pm