Panama Geisha Coffee
CURRENTLY NOT IN STOCK
NOT FOR ESPRESSO
These amazing Panama Geisha beans are grown and processed on the western flanks of the Baru Volcano in Panama. Each cup of this exceptional coffee provides upfront tastes of apricot and berries, followed by light cacao and cherry finish.
Panama Geisha coffee beans are probably the most highly sought after coffee beans in the world. Sure, you can try beans digested by Civets if you really want to, but after the novelty wears off you'll most likely come back to these insanely delicious coffee beans. If your neighbours think they are coffee aficionados, then show them up by inviting them over to taste your freshly roasted Geisha beans. If they look at you blankly then they are no aficionado, but if they are a true coffee snob they will be undeniably jealous of your purchase. One thing is for sure: if they have to ask how much it costs, they probably can't afford it.
Recently revived from decades of obscurity, this particular coffee varietal only thrives in certain conditions and so only a few farms in Panama can produce it. Every tree is cultivated sustainably, and pesticides are not used. If some cherries do not meet the high-quality standards, they are then used as an organic fertiliser for the crops. These beans are processed naturally, meaning the cherries are sun-dried until the pulp and bean can be separated.
What makes this coffee so spectacular? The flavours! These coffee beans activate a sense of elderberries with a red grape acidity and tropical fruit when delivered black through a plunger or filter. With such immaculate flavours, it's no wonder they are referred to as 'Geisha' beans.
WARNING: DO NOT WASTE THESE COFFEE BEANS IN ESPRESSO DRINKS. FILTER AND PLUNGER ONLY!
Why? Because it is tantamount to drinking your 62-year-old Dalmore Whiskey with a mixer.