Adam Overton and Rachel Samuel had only one mission: bringing the Gesha coffee home. Together with the Meanit tribe - the local inhabitants and protectors of the Gesha forest - they produce several Gesha varieties to keep the rich biodiversity of the forest intact.
Adam and Rachel keep a moderate planting density of 2000 trees per hectare. they also replanted deforested land with 30.000 shade trees to protect the coffee plants. This way, the cherries have more time to ripen which stimulates the development of the unique Gesha flavour.
Nowadays their ‘Gesha Village’ coffee is known worldwide. They have amazing cup profiles, the lots are auctioned off yearly at record prices.
We are excited to share the fresh crop of this fantastic Gesha 1931 coffee. The lot is a honey process and consists completely of the Geisha 1931 variety.
An absolutely exotic cup profile, with vibrant fruity notes of apricot & melon. Bursting jasmine floral and finish with lovely honey sweetness. An incredible gesha coffee that definitely goes into your list of most memorable coffees.