HARTMANN GEISHA ENDERS LOT - PANAMA

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HARTMANN GEISHA ENDERS LOT - PANAMA - Shot
  • 17.500 KD

QUALITY SCORE: 93.50

*Competition Series*

Cup Notes
Coffee blossom / Mango / Pineapple / Passionfruit / Lemon / Peach

suggested for espresso and filter

  

Technical details
Hartmann Family          Panama       
Producer              Country
 
  Chiriqui               1700 mt
    Terroir               Elevation

 

Dry (Natural)            Geisha   
 Fermentation        Cultivar    
  February 2017         August 2017 
   Picked in            Landed in

 

        200 kg                Vacuum pack
     Lot size                Arrived in
                                   Customised
      Rubens Gardelli   Genio15 roaster
  Roast profile by    Roasted on

 

 THE STORY BEHIND

This amazing Geisha coffee is from a lot called Enders as it was grown in a garden of a cabin built by Dr. Robert Enders. He constructed the little building in 1932 and it became both his home and practice. In 1950 Ratibor and Rinorah Hartmann bought the land that surrounded Dr. Ender’s home and began growing coffee.
Hartmann Estate lies in the picturesque sub-region of Santa Clara, close to the Costa Rican border. At 1500 meters the altitude of the Hartmann Estate is not as high as some of the other coffee estates in the region, but it’s micro-climate is more than ideal for producing high quality Arabica beans. Coffee beans are grown in the nutrient rich volcanic soil of the region, and the micro-climate provides the farm with mild-temperatures year round. The Hartmann Estate prides itself on their shade-grown coffee trees. This method of growing coffee not only helps protect the natural bird life, but also produces some of the sweetest and most aromatically pleasing coffee in the world.

This shade grown Geisha bean varietal is grown at 1700 meters on the family-owned and operated Hartmann Estate in the Santa Clara region of Panama. Its micro-climate is ideal for keeping the cherries cool during the summer with mild temperatures all year round combined with the nutrient rich volcanic soil of the region. Using modern eco-friendly and natural processing methods, this coffee yields a classic Panamanian Geisha profile -- a smooth body, honey and jasmine aroma and a lingering sweet aftertaste.
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