Mango, Rose Water, Jasmine
Region: Bench Maji
Varietal: Gesha 1931
Elevation: 1931 - 2040 masl
In 2011, Adam Overton, an American filmmaker along with his wife Rachel Samuel decided to start a coffee farm in Ethiopia. They decided to develop a 400 hectares land near the Gesha Village in the Bench Maji region of Ethiopia with the help of Willem Boot. Hence the name, Gesha Village.
The seed selection harvested from the Gori Gesha wild coffee forest found 20 km from their farm, the site where the famous Panamanian Gesha was selected in the 1930s. Their estate locations were chosen based on strict criteria of altitude (1900-2100 masl), ample rainfall, temperature patterns, rich virgin forest soil, old growth trees. The priority is maintaining the rich biodiversity of the native forest canopy that the heirloom Gesha coffee spontaneously grows in.
Since we are now roasting on Loring S15, we will only roast once we have enough orders to roast a batch. But it usually won't be too long! We believe it will worth all the wait!
Please also note that the size of the bag is 100g (not our standard 200g). Enough for you to brew for yourself and share with your loved ones!