Gesha Village Lot 94 Filter
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Filter

Gesha Village Lot 94 Filter

Flavours

Citrus

Floral

Tropical Fruits

Silky

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150g
CHF 35
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1kg
CHF 220
CHF 35

Gesha Village returns to MAME this year with Lot 94.

This filter is delicate and complex, with a first sip of pure floral like Jasmin, a second sip more fruity like mandarine and orange and the last sip will leave you an impression of tropical fruits like mango. It's truly an exceptional coffee.

This Lot 94 was our Monthly MAME January 2021. You can find the interview with Adam.

 

In the far western reaches of Ethiopia, mere kilometers from the South Sudanese border, lie the dense, wildly sprouting jungles of Bench Maji zone. It’s a place of stunning natural beauty, where from a high-extending plateau one can take in the expanse of the ancient, sprawling forest. This breathtaking landscape is home to Gesha Village Coffee Estate, the 471-hectare coffee farm they have built from the ground up over the last six years. This has been labor of love, and they are extremely proud to be producing coffees as awe-inspiring as our surroundings. 

Rachel Samuel—one half of the partnership—was born in Ethiopia, but they discovered the country when they came here in 2007 to make a documentary about Ethiopia’s amazing coffee. During this process, they developed a passion for the country, its people, and its coffee industry. That path quickly led them to Willem Boot, the San Francisco Bay Area-based coffee educator well-known for his passion for the Gesha variety. As Willem taught them the fundamentals of growing and evaluating coffee with a quality focus, the shadow of Gesha loomed large over their conversations.

This Lot 94 comes from Shewa-Jibabu. Facing north, this block is named after a mountain and kebele (neighborhood) adjacent to the farm, where many of our workers come from.

This lot has been processed Natural. The coffee is sun-dried with the whole coffee cherry intact in thin layers on raised African beds. A parabolic plastic cover is used in the evening for increased air-flow to the coffee. The coffee undergoes 18 to 30 total drying days in the natural process.

Country Ethiopia
Region Shewa-Jibabu
Farm Gesha Village
Altitude
2000 m.a.s.l.
Variety
Gori Gesha
Process
Natural
FLAVOURS
Spice
Floral
Citrus
Green Fruits
Tropical Fruits
Stone Fruits
Red Fruits
Black Fruits
Purple Fruits
Dried Fruits
Sugary
Nutty
Chocolate
Umami
CHOOSE A FLAVOUR
Spice
Floral
Citrus
Green Fruits
Tropical Fruits
Stone Fruits
Red Fruits
Black Fruits
Purple Fruits
Dried Fruits
Sugary
Nutty
Chocolate
Umami