*Ships from Stowe, VT in 1-3 Business Days
Coffee Quality Score: 90 Points
Roast: Medium Light
Farm: Janson Family
Growing Altitude: 5,800 feet above sea level
Tasting Notes: White Flowers, Orange Blossom, Lemon Zest, Black Tea
Geisha coffee is the prize crop from Panama. When people in the specialty coffee world think about coffee from this country, it’s always about how special the geisha are because of the unique climate and high-elevation farms.
When most people drink geisha for the first time, they are surprised by how “tea-like” the coffee is. There’s no bitterness, or heavy mouth feel that is typical with a traditional cup of joe.
This is something to be savored and enjoyed. We hope you love it.
*Orders placed now are estimated to ship from Boston, MA in 1-3 business days
*Orders outside the USA may take longer
3.5" wide x 11" tall
How to prepare
How to prepare
Starting Brew Ratio
- 1 part coffee to 15 parts of water (Apply this ratio to whatever brew method you use. Adjust ratio to taste).
- Choose the appropiate grind size for your brewing method & grind just before brewing.
- Heat quality filtered or spring water to 200 F.
- For cold brew: use 4 oz of coarsely ground coffee per quart of water.
We bought this coffee directly from a farm with a handshake. Before roasting, every single bean is hand selected by our team to ensure only the best quality beans end up in this bag.
Then we formulate a roast profile to accentuate the coffee and roast in micro batches, 4-5 pounds at a time.
After one last hand selection to remove imperfect beans, we bag up the coffee by hand and ship it from our little roastery to you.