For 150 years, starting in the 16th century, Yemen was the exclusive coffee supplier to the entire world. All coffee shipped out of the region via the Port of Mokha, on the Red Sea. Yemen’s unique microclimate and high elevation where coffee grew produced drought-resistant plants that yielded complex coffees with sweet, chocolate flavors.
Panama Elida Estate (N/H)
Inbox for gesha from various farms and estates.
Gesha Village Gesha 1931 (N)
Single Terror Oma Block Lot 18/1
Mandarin, orange, mild acidity, honey and red tea aftertastes
Beans of different profiles were mixed with ratios. definable mandarin acidity, almond and chocolate and long delicate caramel finis
NinetyPlus Baru (H)
Gesha from volcanic soil in panama honey processed (1250-1650m). Floral, balanced honey-sweet, mango, passion fruits, peach.
Gesha Village Illubabor (N)
Grower Reserve Lot 66, Subtle aromas and saturated finish. Jasmine, passion fruit, berries, mango.
Gesha Village Lot 45 Gori Gesha Shaya Block (N)
Yellow fruit, honeydew melon, apricot, smooth mouthfeel with pointed acidity and mild floral aftertaste
Influenced by the song “Lotus Flower” from famous Radiohead, it speaks of transcendence, self-effacement and the magic of losing yourself in music and senses. Tasting notes: melon, kwifruit, fig, and tropical fruits