Roberto Brenes isn't your typical coffee farmer. After studying at Colombia University in New York, Roberto spent most of his life in the world of finance. It wasn't until retirement that Roberto began his life as a coffee producer. Located at the Northwest corner of the Chiriquí province, Finca Auromar is only two kilometers from the border of Costa Rica, part of what Roberto calls the Geisha Golden Triangle. The biodiversity at the farm is part of what makes the coffees from here so special. The terroir and processing are immaculate, and Roberto has finished 1st in the prestigious Best of Panama Competition multiple times, most recently in 2022. Roberto is also an active Ironman participant; from this, his washed Geisha gets its name.