Tasting notes: Soft and perfumed Jasmine, damascus rose, sweet strawberries, and delicate spices
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About this coffee
We welcome you to the Rarities lots from Gesha Village, covering only 10 percent of the farms production, these were selected and cupped in Ethiopia by Nathan and we are so proud to be able to feature these beautiful lots each year since the project begun. Full of incredible unique complex flavours the rarieties are the top coffees Gesha Village produce outside of the auction lots which are frequently chosen by international competing baristas.
This Gesha 1931 varietal is grown on the Surma farm region of Gesha Village which is a total of 45.9 hectares and sits at a elevation between 1909 – 2063 masl, it Surma farm region offers breathtaking views of the valley below and is named after the pastoralist ethnic group, the Surma, who inhabit the lowlands towards the southwest.