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Coffee: This is a unique Nitrogen infused anaerobic process from Finca Deborah in Panama harvested in February 2021 at 1900masl. This Gesha is extremely aromatic, complex and intense. It’s a true showcase of Finca Debroahs’ processing craftsmanship and terroir.
Taste description: The coffee is aromatic and complex with notes of cherry, ripe tropical fruits, vintage rum.
Always fresh:This item contains 100 grams divided into 2 x 50 grams of whole beans roasted, packed and shipped on demand for maximum freshness.
Process: Processing starts with meticulous harvesting technique when only the ripest Geisha cherries reading 21-24 on BRIX meter.
The cherries are carefully selected for a second time before depositing them inside hermetically sealed tanks. They remain in the tank for more than 100 hours with Nitrogen infused to obtain anaerobic environment and create elevated aromatics, incomparable complexity & sweetness and ripe, structured acidity.
Finally, cherries are dried for approximately 20 days in a controlled environment of a dry house sitting on three level drying beds. Temperature, humidity and airflow are controlled to assure consistency of a drying process and cleanliness of a cup.
Farm: Finca Deborah is located in Panama, more precisely in the region of Volcan, Chiriqui province. The plantation is at 1900+ above the sea level, and it's one of the most remote coffee farms in Panama. This region is ideal for coffee production: the volcanic soil, the high elevation, the perfect balance between rain and tropical sun permit giving life to unique coffee plants. Finca Deborah's commitment to the environment is remarkable: the farm is fully powered by solar generation system and people who work in this farm is focused on safeguard the ecology for generations to come. Gesha cultivation is a serious matter and workers are devoted professionals, centered on excellence. Harvest is meticulously monitored, coffee is handpicked, just the ripest cherries are collected.