A Little History:Rare, exclusive and fetching a heavy price tag, Geisha coffee is an original varietal that was found in the 1930’s in the mountainous southwestern town of Geisha, Ethiopia. It then traveled to Panama and became a staple in the coffee growing community. Panama is one of the most popular sources for geisha coffee. Geisha is also grown in Costa Rica, Ethiopia and other countries.
Like most coffees, geisha loves growing at high elevations. The higher elevation, the more it will improve in taste. After migrating from Ethiopia to Central America, coffee farmers in Panama started to cultivate this exotic coffee variety.
Flavor: This Finca La Berlina Geisha is rich with Spiced Pear, Fig, and Brown Sugar
We only have about 100 lbs of this coffee, as Geisha is quite rare and hard to come by - especially in Hawaii!