by the Klatch Team
We're excited to bring back our most famous Geisha, the Don Pachi Natural from Panama. Gesha or Geisha is a variety, grown in the highlands of Boquete in Chiriquí Province, highly sought after by bidders in auctions, achieving high prices. Originally from the village of Gesha, Ethiopia. It was planted in the 1950s as a rust resistant crop and rediscovered in the early 2000s. The most expensive varietal at coffee auctions, fetching $170USD in 2010. Our roastmaster, Mike Perry recently sourced in the lovely town of Boquete a couple of months ago. Boquete is a small town on the Caldera River, in the green mountain highlands of Panama, in western-most Chiriquí Province. Because of its altitude, some 1,200 metres above sea level, its climate is cooler than that of the lowlands. Its scenic location, temperature, and natural environment make it extremely popular with Panamanians, and attracts tourists from all over the world. Check out some pictures below from Mike's trip. If you'd like to try our Don Pachi Geisha, click here
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