🏆 Panama Geisha Competition Series - Treasure Box
A limited edition treasure box featuring 3 rare competition-level Geisha coffees from Abu Coffee and Creativa Coffee District in Panama.
Panama Geisha Competition Series - Treasure Box:
- Abu Coffee 3-GN Geisha: 100g
- Creative Coffee District N33 Geisha: 150g
- Abu Coffee 6-GN Geisha: 100g
Abu Coffee 3-GN Geisha 🏴☠️
Lot 3-GN coffee was used in the 2021 World Coffee Championships.
Process: Anaerobic slow dry (ASD) process for 144 hours and then sun-dried on African raised beds for 25 days
Impressions: Complex, Elegant, Tropical, Balanced
Tasting Notes: Blueberry, Lychee, Blackcurrant, Kiwi Mango, Lavender, Passion Fruit
Cup Score: 92.25
Creativa Coffee District N33 Geisha 🏴☠️
N33 is a top lot from Creativa Coffee District, produced by Stefan Muller at his farm Hacienda Bajo Mono.
Process: Chilled Cherry Anaerobic Natural
Impressions: Floral, Silky, Tropical, Lingering Finish
Tasting Notes: Pineapple, Cherry, White Grape, Cacao, Lime, Apricot, Brown Sugar
Cup Score: 90.00
Abu Coffee 6-GN Geisha 🏴☠️
The is the highest scoring coffee we cupped this year.
Process: Anaerobic slow dry (ASD) process for 192 hours and then sun-dried on African raised beds for 25 days
Impressions: Juicy, Smooth, Effervescent, Layered
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Plum, Jackfruit, Cacao, Passionfruit, Grapefruit
Cup Score: 92.75
About Abu Coffee
Abu Coffee was named to honor the memory of José Guillermo Luttrell Tedman, a third generation coffee producer from the Cañas Verdes region of Boquete, Chiriquí in Panama.
"ABU" (short for Abuelo, grandfather in Spanish) is what his grandchildren used to call him. His dream was to achieve the best cup of coffee with the highest standards of quality. Abu Coffee continues to live this dream by producing some of the most incredible and unique coffees available not only in Panama, but globally.
About Creativa Coffee District
Creativa Coffee District (CCD) is a forward-looking specialty coffee producer in the Chiriquí province in Boquete, Panama.
They are a group of revolutionaries set to "game the change" in the coffee industry by weaving it together with the profound cultural impact of the world of contemporary art.