Six of one half a dozen of the other. Theres a lot of lore and myth involved around the 'Panama Geisha' (gesha?) The basic is that Gesha is a varietal that originated in South Africa, and it wasn't until they brought the low yielding plant to Central America that it was able to be fully realized. It was Hacienda La Esmerelda that first gave special care and attention to the geisha variety, and thats exactly where this coffee comes from.
This is a 50/50 blend of a past crop auction lot, involving both a natural and washed processed coffee, because why not. Both coffees compliment each other well and pickup where the other falls off. (six of one half a dozen of the other)
The cup is nice and delicate with notes of jasmine, a floral complexity and an overall nice honey like sweetness.
This coffee was grown and produced without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or fungicides
Continent: Central America
Varietal: Geisha and Gesha
Farm: Hacienda La Esmerelda, Mario
Process: Natural & Washed
Altitude: 1700-1850 meters