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Panama Geisha- 531
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Panama Geisha- 531

This Panama Geisha comes from the Janson Coffee Farm which is located in the Talamanca Mountain Range near the Tisingal and Baru volcanoes in Volcan, Panama. It is a family owned Hacienda that was established in 1941 by Carl Axel Janson. The farm's main focus is quality production. No pesticides, no herbicides! The balance of nutrients in the soil comes from using enzyme micro organisms. This farm is committed to improve and protect the environment by using solar panels to produce the energy for the farm, reusing all excess matter from processing for fuel and fertilizer, and seeds from the forests are planted in the nursery for reforestation and protection of water resources. Natural spring water is used for their Washed processing.

The Janson's processing plant was built in 1993. It was designed specifically for specialty coffee. They do Natural and Washed processing with updated technology added to artisanal methods to achieve the quality you will experience in this delicious bean!

Cupping notes: Balanced, juicy, crisp, mild, and smooth with flavor notes of milk chocolate, caramel, orange blossom, lemon, black cherry, and blueberry!

Try before you stock up with a 1/2 pound sample!

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CountryPanama
  • Local RegionVolcan High Lands
  • ProcessWashed
  • VarietyGeisha
  • Altitude (meters)1350-1700
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • DecaffeinatedNo
  • Brightness:6
  • Body:5
  • Aroma:5
  • Complexity:6
  • Balance:5
  • Sweetness:7
  • Chocolaty:medium bean
  • Buttery:light bean
  • Fruity:heavy bean
  • Flowery:heavy bean

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by on January 14, 2022

Best tasting Geisha! Great quality of beans and taste best with light roast!

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by on December 31, 2021

Any chance y’all will get natural processed Janson Farm Gesha?

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by on December 16, 2021

incredible stuff. I've been roasting for about 5 years w/ Behmore 1600 and I'm never able to quite reproduce a "George Howell" quality-level roast (for central american variety that I like - or Kenya AA/AB) no matter where I source the green beans from (and I'm sure my roasting skills are also to blame!), but these beans are at that level post-roast and perfect for a pour over. Light-to-medium roast on this one.

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by on October 23, 2021

I screwed up the roast on this one. However it was still pretty good after sitting for a week.

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by on October 10, 2021

fantastic coffee. Very fruity. love it

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by on September 23, 2021

Not only is the coffee delicious, but the roasting was a delight too. I roast manually, with a nut-roaster pan over an open flame, and I was struck immediately by the mellow aromas coming off the beans. It's a pricey brew, but I'm finding myself ripping through the 1/2 pound sample and ready for more!

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by on September 22, 2021

Very smooth and subtle flavors. I probably would have rated it as "love it", except given the high praise I normally see for Geisha coffee, I was expecting a little more of a wow factor, relative to the Ethiopian organic yirgacheffe that I normally buy from Coffee Bean Corral (although maybe this just speaks to the quality of my comparable). Reading online, it says to go with a light to medium roast (definitely not dark), and to let it de-gas for 10-14 days (much longer than most beans). I followed these directions and was much more particular about my roasting and brewing process than usual, but I may try a few variations of each to see if I can get more out of it.

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by on September 21, 2021

Probably going to have to make this my favorite bean, it’s well balanced and roast nicely.

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