Hartmann Estate Geisha, Panamanian Coffee

Hartmann Estate Geisha, Panamanian Coffee

( 3 Reviews)
This shade grown Geisha bean varietal is grown at 1500 meters on the family-owned and operated Hartmann Estate in the Santa Clara region of Panama. Its micro-climate is ideal for keeping the cherries cool during the summer with mild temperatures all year round combined with the nutrient rich volcanic soil of the region. Using modern eco-friendly and natural processing methods, this coffee yields a classic Panamanian Geisha profile -- a smooth body, honey and jasmine aroma and a lingering sweet aftertaste.
£25.00 per 125g
... / per 6oz Cup A Note on pricing
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Reviews

Wonderful taste and aroma

Excellent

Have to say I'm a bit disappointed, considering it's supposed to be the best coffee in the world it appears to be lacking in taste/flavour.

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Climate / Geography

Hartmann Estate lies in the picturesque sub-region of Santa Clara, close to the Costa Rican border. At 1500 meters the altitude of the Hartmann Estate is not as high as some of the other coffee estates in the region, but it’s micro-climate is more than ideal for producing high quality Arabica beans. Coffee beans are grown in the nutrient rich volcanic soil of the region, and the micro-climate provides the farm with mild-temperatures year round. The Hartmann Estate prides itself on their shade-grown coffee trees. This method of growing coffee not only helps protect the natural bird life, but also produces some of the sweetest and most aromatically pleasing coffee in the world.

Technical Information

  • Country: Panama
  • Altitude: 1260 - 1500 metres
  • Method: Sun-dried

Additional Info

Geisha is a low yield coffee, which has resulted in its premium price and exceptional high reputation. Originally from Ethiopia and exported to Central America in the 1950s, Geisha coffee trees take over 4 years to fully grow and start producing ripe cherries. The family run Hartmann Estate began planting the Geisha bean varietal on their farms in the 2000s, in their shade grown farms using eco-friendly and natural processing methods. The Hartmann Estate is renowned in speciality coffee circles for their forward thinking processing methods, and commitment to sustainable coffee production.

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