Limited Offering – 100g
Luito Geisha Estate is one of the three farms owned by the Lamastus family. Lamastus family has been producing coffee for four generations in Boquete since 1918. They are the record breaker with 95.25 points in the Best of Panama Competition 2019.
This coffee begins with the “classic” honey process where the burgundy coffee cherries are left overnight and the next morning pulped and sent to drying beds for a drying of less than 30 days. Then the coffee is inoculated for four days to undergo anaerobic fermentation. The fruit juice that came out of the previous natural ASD geisha cherries is applied in order to add natural yeast (NY). After the four days, the coffee will be placed on the beds for another 20 to 30 days of drying.
Flavor Notes: honeydew, apricot, wildflower honey