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Gesha - Colombia Wilder Lasso - Anaerobic Natural
Gesha - Colombia Wilder Lasso - Anaerobic Natural
Gesha - Colombia Wilder Lasso - Anaerobic Natural

Gesha - Colombia Wilder Lasso - Anaerobic Natural

TASTING NOTES

Orange
Cola
Rose
Starfruit

COUNTRY - Colombia
REGION - San Adolfo, Huila
ALTITUDE - 1750 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Gesha
PROCESSING METHOD - Anaerobic Natural

What is Gesha?

Gesha is a varietal of coffee which originally came from Ethiopia, from the Gori Gesha forest. It was first brought from Ethiopia to Costa Rica in the 1950s to the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center. Due to its incredible success at the Best of Panama Auction in 2004, fetching upwards of $800 per pound, the Gesha varietal has now been adopted by quality focused growers across Central America.
This coffee was produced by Wilder Lasso at Finca El Rubi in San Adolfo, Huila.
At a very young age Wilder left his home in San Adolfo to become a Vet and work with the best horse farms in Colombia. In 2014, Wilder visited his family farm in San Adolfo, and noticed the financial situation was not as steady as it used to be. He decided to move back to San Adolfo to help his family.

This coffee was carefully hand picked in order to use only the ripest cherries and pulped. The cherries were then placed inside grainpro bags and exposed to a dry anaerobic fermentation for 40 hours, before being gently sun dried on raised beds.

COFFEE DETAILS

COUNTRY - Colombia
REGION - San Adolfo, Huila
ALTITUDE - 1750 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Gesha
PROCESSING METHOD - Anaerobic Natural

ABOUT THIS COFFEE

What is Gesha?

Gesha is a varietal of coffee which originally came from Ethiopia, from the Gori Gesha forest. It was first brought from Ethiopia to Costa Rica in the 1950s to the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center. Due to its incredible success at the Best of Panama Auction in 2004, fetching upwards of $800 per pound, the Gesha varietal has now been adopted by quality focused growers across Central America.
This coffee was produced by Wilder Lasso at Finca El Rubi in San Adolfo, Huila.
At a very young age Wilder left his home in San Adolfo to become a Vet and work with the best horse farms in Colombia. In 2014, Wilder visited his family farm in San Adolfo, and noticed the financial situation was not as steady as it used to be. He decided to move back to San Adolfo to help his family.

This coffee was carefully hand picked in order to use only the ripest cherries and pulped. The cherries were then placed inside grainpro bags and exposed to a dry anaerobic fermentation for 40 hours, before being gently sun dried on raised beds.

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