Origin: El Greco, Costa Rica Notes: Lime Zest, Red Fruit, Cane Sugar Size: 8oz
What is Gesha coffee? Gesha is a varietal of coffee that originally was collected from the coffee growing forests of Ethiopia in the 1930s. The name Gesha comes from the forests in Ethiopia. It has traveled the world, being cultivated in Tanzania, and then to Central America, where it was widely planted in Panama. The cup profile for Gesha coffee is very desirable amongst connoisseurs, with floral, citrus, and fruited character. This Gesha comes to Brewpoint from Costa Rica, but there are increasing numbers of countries that are cultivating this varietal due to its high profile status, as well as its resistance to Coffee Leaf Rust.
What is Brewpoint's Gold Series? Gesha is the first of a line of Gold series coffees featured by Brewpoint Coffee. Gold series coffees are evaluated by the Brewpoint team based on green coffee price, quality, and overall yumminess. If a coffee is a gold series coffee, you know it's going to be a top of the line experience.