Colombia Hacienda Geisha #781
By Zoka Coffee
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- Roasted by Zoka Coffee
- Light roast profile
- Origin(s): Colombian
- Tastes: Honeysuckle, Pear, Concord Grape
- Varietal(s): Geisha
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 5700 feet
The first famous Geisha beans came from Panama, but Geisha coffees from neighboring Colombia are a similarly rare, special treat. Colombia is well known as a coffee-growing powerhouse, and the Geisha program at Finca Manantiales del Frontino is exceptional. Located in the premier Northern growing region of Valle de Cauca, the farm places their Geisha-growing area at the highest elevations of the property: a sky-scraping 1700-1900 meters. Their Geisha varietal is so well-loved, it won the "coffee of the year" in SCAA competition in 2011-- that's across all roasts from all countries. The best in show!
We feel lucky to carry a small amount of this fantastic coffee from Zoka, whose owner travels to South America every year to handpick outstanding coffees like this one from award-winning farms. Only a few world-class coffees receive cupping scores over 90, so this 91-scoring gem is a limited-lot example of Colombia's finest specialty coffees.
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