About this coffee
This Geisha coffee was washed by Álvaro, which means that the cherries are separated from their pulp after harvesting. The green beans are then washed to remove the last remnants of the fruit pulp or mucilage. Afterwards, the beans are dried on patios.The flora that surrounds the farm is also reflected in the fruity-complex taste profile of our Geisha variety. In addition to floral notes – typical of Geisha coffees – we taste tangy acids of bergamot, sweet jasmine and juicy white peach.
About the farm
Finca La Toma is located at an altitude of 2,200 metres – the fact that Colombia has such high mountains may surprise some people. But here on the coffee farm of Álvaro Francisco Santacruz Rodriguez, impressive coffee lots are produced every year. The farm is barely 30 km from the city of Pasto, in the west of Colombia, in the municipality of La Caldera. The coffee trees grow amidst banana trees and citrus plantations.