Ethiopia Gesha Village Natural Illubador
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Story: I am extra giddy about sharing this Illubador variety by the Overtons at Gesha Village. This variety has so much complexity and elegance but is still very different from the two different gesha varieties they also produce. The high elevation of this coffee really adds a beautiful quality acidity and of course the perfect natural process is so clean and lean it just enhances the fruit notes already present in this fantastic coffee. - Alexander.
Coffee: This is a delicate naturally processed Illubador variety produced by Adam & Rachel Overton of Gesha Village in Ethiopia and harvested in the spring of 2022. Gesha Village is separated into eight different ”blocks” - based on micro-climate, this LOT it from the Gaylee block . The total farm size is 471 hectares. The elevation is btw 18-2100 msl.
Taste description: Complex cup woth white florals in the aroma and notes of sweet citrus, raspberry and milk chocolate with a long and sparkling finish.
History: Gesha Village was established 10 years ago in Bench Maji Ethiopia close to the South Sudan border. Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton got the seedlings from the Gori Gesha coffee forest that is believed to be the place where Panamanian Gesha seedlings were collected. At Gesha Village, they grow Illubador and also two types of Gesha varieties. The Gesha 1931 which resembles genetically the Panamanian Gesha, and Gori Gesha heirloom which represents the genetic variety of Gori forest.