Tasting Series: Bangi Gesha
Bench Maji, Ethiopia
Variety: Gori Gesha
Origin: Bench Maji, Ethiopia
Producers: Gesha Village Coffee Estate
This incredible coffee was grown on hallowed ground: the Gesha Village coffee estate in Bench Maji, Ethiopia. The estate is situated near the Gori Gesha forest, where the famed Panamanian Geisha varietal was discovered in the 30's before being transplanted (and mis-named) in Central and South America. The founders of Gesha Village wanted to bring the incredible reputation of Gesha coffee back to its birthplace, and wild-foraged seeds from the Gori Gesha forest to plant their first coffee trees when they established their farm. Now the estate is producing some of the most delicious coffees in Ethiopia - with multiple varieties of Gesha and strict lot separation providing unparalleled traceability and quality. It's a really exciting project that's putting out really exciting coffees, and we're overjoyed to bring some Gesha Village coffee to the Tasting Series.
This coffee comes from the Bangi block of Gesha Village, which is planted with Gori Gesha coffee. The block is named after the Bangi-Chichuru neighborhood east of the farm, where most of the workers live. The coffee has been natural-processed to produce notes of bright ripe cherry and sweet tropical fruit, alongside a fragrant, jasmine-like floral quality that gives the cup an undeniably luxurious air. This is a spectacular lot of coffee with a wonderful story - we hope you savor it as much as we do!Each shipment will contain 6oz of roasted coffee
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4.5 out of 5
Quite refreshing when poured over ice on a hot day
4.5 out of 5
Mellow and smooth with a tea-like consistency. A touch of acid. Notes of toast and jasmine. Very interesting coffee.
5.0 out of 5
Best cup of coffee I’ve ever had
I’m no coffee expert but I’ll tell you what, this in a french press beats what I’ve tried at a lot of “craft” coffee bistros I’ve been to in Seattle. Excited for my next cup.
On 01/01/21 BJ said
Keep an eye out - we have a bit more of this one and we'll be roasting it soon!