Purpose and passion give rise to the New High End.
The legends of Colombian treasure have captured the imagination of generations of treasure hunters. The real currency, or "La Divisa" here resides within people like Sebastian Gomez; a producer who constantly focuses on creating value. Sebastian's currency is his constant tinkering, driven by a strong desire to learn.
He added this Gesha to his farm five years ago and this is his second harvest. His steady hand shows here just as with his pink bourbons, this is one of the sweetest Geshas we've tried to date!
Region: Quindío, Colombia
Farm: La Divisa
Producer: Sebastian Gomez
Process: Anaerobic Natural
Tasting Notes: Maraschino Cherry, Apricot, Florals
Reserve and exotics are on a limited roasting schedule each week. Anything ordered with this reserve coffee may be delayed for a day or two.
An intensely sweet Gesha with Maraschino Cherry, Apricot, and Elegant Floral notes.
BREWING NOTES- V60
Brew time: 2:50
A gentle continuous pour with a slightly coarser than medium grind will bring clarity in the cup. Using a 1:17 ratio helps dial back the strength of the cup to show off the spectrum of flavors.