Gesha coffees have been seen as one of the best coffee varieties since its cultivation in 1931. Originally discovered in the Gori Gesha Forest in Bench Maji, Ethiopia, this incredible variety was shipped to Latin America where it was lost. Fast-forward a few decades to the mid 1990s, gesha trees were found in Panama, where its reputation for wild and intense floral and sweetness truly spread across the coffee world. Geshas from Panama have their own reputation for being unbelievably complex and delicate. Finca Deborah flexes their coffee quality with experimental processing methods. While Afterglow is the shining example of a Natural gesha, Illumination dazzles as an example of the wild carbonic maceration process, and Nirvana takes everything up to the next level with its nitrogenic maceration.
Savage and Finca Deborah are driven by a relentless pursuit of excellence. Their mission extends beyond cultivating the rarest and highest-quality coffees; it revolves around continuously experimenting and innovating to unlock the full potential of their crops. They embody a spirit of exploration and discovery, striving to redefine the boundaries of coffee excellence.
These coffees are available as individual 200g tins, or in a set of three: find them HERE