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Gesha - Fincamigo's - Colombia - Filter

Gesha comes from Ethiopian landrace coffees and was collected from Ethiopian coffee forests in the 1930s. The name derives from Ethiopia’s Gori Gesha forest.

We are excited to release our exotic edition with Fincamigos! This farm is an experimental plantation run by Cafexport. The farm serves as a demo plot where they develop methods for cultivating exotic coffee varieties of Antioquia in the north west of Colombia. With this Gesha expect a creamy, elegant, complex profile to keep on giving.
Gesha (also known as Geisha) is known for its exceptional cup quality, especially when grown at high altitudes. The variety comes from Ethiopian landrace coffees and was collected from Ethiopian coffee forests in the 1930s. The name derives from Ethiopia’s Gori Gesha forest.

€15,00

Info

Farm

The farm is called Fincamigo's and is an experimental plantation.

Region

Located at La Arboleda, Jardín, Antioquia.

Sustainability

Fincamigo's preserves 4 hectares for forest conservation. They have planted more than 650 native trees and plants.

Elevation

The elevation stretches between 1741 - 1950m above sea level.

Variety

Gesha comes from Ethiopian landrace coffees and was collected from Ethiopian coffee forests in the 1930s. The name derives from Ethiopia’s Gori Gesha forest.

Process

This coffee is a Hybrid process. It went through natural, then honey, then washed stages to achieve its final state.

Process


 

This process is a fully washed with a double fermentation.

The coffee is first fermented in cherry for 36 hours and then pulped and undergoes a second dry fermentation for another 36 hours. After this the coffee is then washed and taken to raised beds where it is dried until it reaches 11%. We love this style as it enables you to taste the variety & terroir of the coffee.

Sustainability


 

Fincamigos preserves 4 hectares for forest conservation.

They have planted more than 650 native trees and plants. These native species help rejuvenate the ecosystem and create a habitat for the migratory birds that pass through the region each year.