Colombia Pergamino Geisha Reserve Finca La Palma
Height: 1.750 MASL
Geisha is an original variety from the mountains around a town called Geisha, in southeastern Ethiopia.
It is recognized for its quality, specifically in relation to its sweetness, acidity and floral tones and a feast of the finest fruits, such as guava, citrus, mango and pineapple.
In itself it has some characteristics that make it different and identifiable apart from other coffee trees, which makes it our star coffee.
Process: Natural. Sun and wind.
By having a unique microclimate, provided by the mountain chain of the Western Cordillera, the air currents from the Pacific arrive and are in charge of the sun's rays to dehydrate the coffee bean up to 11% humidity.
Harvested since 2020.
Finca La Palma in Colombia is located in Pueblo Rico, department of Risaralda, on the eastern side of the Western Cordillera. It is the so-called “Chocó biogeográphico”.
Sunny mornings and foggy afternoons predominate. The atmospheric circulation from the Pacific Ocean and the trade winds, cause the wind currents or also called Chocó jets, transporting large amounts of humidity to sectors such as La Palma, leaving the characteristic landscape of the cloud forest.
It is a medium pluvial climate, it is located on the limits with Chocó and is between 1000 to 2000 meters above sea level with an average temperature of 18 to 24 ° C and rainfall with an annual average greater than 4000 mm.
Loamy-clay soils, of volcanic origin, facing north - south, located at a height between 1570 and 1850 meters above sea level in the border with the National Reserve of the Tatamá Natural Park, made up of a particular orography that allows the presence of air currents that participate in the landscape of the cloud forest and provides a unique microclimate.
Cupping Notes : Super distinct Florals that are unmissable in the cup