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Savage Geisha | Reserve 150g Tin

Will roast and ship the week of 7/26. Anything ordered with Savage Geisha will roast and ship with this product.

SOLD OUT update: we have a few tins of each after roasting. These will be available through Saturday

Brewing Parameters:

NIRVANA - Dose: 20g | Grind slightly finer than usual | Continuous pour

SYMBIOSIS - 
Dose: 22g | Grind similar to Nirvana | Pulsated pour

 

Cupping at Finca Deborah for the first time was one of those moments I crave in coffee, where you experience “new” like you haven’t even imagined. The quality level is extremely high and the flavor profiles are unlike anything I had tasted to that point.

There are no words that fully convey how delightful Geisha coffee from Finca Deborah is. Jamison Savage has taken the queen of varieties and married her to wine processing, producing some of the most wildly beautiful coffees we've ever discovered. Jamison has become one of, if not the, foremost producer of Carbonic Maceration experimental geishas in the world. He’s dialed in very unique processes to combine different gasses, different pressures, extended times, and different Ph levels to create flavor profiles uniquely his own.

 

Nirvana Geisha • Natural Nitrogen Macerated Geisha: A carbonic Maceration type process in which the CO2 is swapped out for Nitrogen (Nitrogen Macerated) before the coffee is dried as a natural. This flavor profile has a unique combination of winey, black currant, tropical floral, and fruit flavors - like a sangria with fresh pineapple and starfruit.

Symbiosis Geisha • Anaerobic Natural Geisha: A low pressure, anaerobic natural Geisha. This process brings a beautiful smoothness to Jamisons’ usually intense profiles, and we are getting Syrah Grape, Plum, general purple fruit, and tropical notes from this coffee.

150g custom designed and hand signed tins.

 

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