The Lamastus family have been growing coffee on Elida Estate for four generations since 1918. The Volcán Barù National Park surrounds the estate, and the coffee is grown under the shade of the virgin native cloudy rainforest. As you can imagine, the coffee from Elida is some of the best in the world, with owner Wilford winning both the washed and natural categories in the Best of Panama competition in 2018 and 2019, something never seen before. This Geisha is processed using his own anaerobic slow dry (ASD) method. First, the coffee cherries are fermented in a sealed tank for five days, and then they are dried on raised beds for 45-60 days. This is a longer drying time than traditional naturals and results in a very complex cup with notes of tropical fruits and a sparkling acidity.
How to Drink: Just like you wouldn't add soda your best whiskey, this amazing coffee is meant to be drank black with no sugar or cream.
Limit: Orders will be limited to 5 tins per customer. Please contact us to order larger quantities.
Cantaloupe, pink guava, floral, sparkling, & creamy
Filter & Drip
15g per 250ml (1 cup)
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