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Mayorga Coffee Roasters average salary is $33,024, median salary is $27,040 with a salary range from $27,040 to $42,000.
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Financial Specialist 27,040-42,000 Rockville, MD, 20847 2010 Mayorga Coffee Roasters Financial Specialist Salaries (5)
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  • Mayorga Coffee Roasters
  • Industry: Beverages (Non-Alcoholic)
  • City: Rockville, MD
  • A smooth, full-bodied coffee with low acidity and a distinctive smoky, earthiness. Most of the coffee grown in India is produced in the southern region of the country. In the early days of coffee production, green coffee was transported in sailing vessels, which took several months to reach European markets. During this time the beans were exposed to very high levels of humidity, which changed their flavor as well as their color. To reproduce these characteristics today, a process called "monsooning" is employed. The green beans are spread out in special open-sided barns during the early summer monsoon season, after