Costa Rica Hacienda Tobosi Gesha Natural Process

Medium Roast

We tasted Strawberry, Rose Water and White Tea.

A rare varietal grown by an award winning farm make for an unforgettable fruit forward cup you won’t want to miss.


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About the Coffee Farmer

Hacienda Tobosi took first place in the Costa Rica Cup of Excellence in 2017 and second place in 2018! This natural process gesha is a perfect example of the high quality coffee a farm of this caliber can produce. The farm began in 2010 with the goal of producing award winning specialty coffee. Thereafter, the farmers began cultivating the most propitious coffee varieties to suit the various microclimates and soil conditions found throughout the farm. For their expertise in coffee processing, Hacienda Tobosi is renown. Tedious but rewarding methods such as their 2018 black honey lots are utterly memorable and those talents are at their fullest potential with this natural process gesha.

They are masters of agriculture as well. Firstly, they prioritize environmental protection with strict and thorough procedures in place throughout the estate. Secondly, they afford extra care and attention to each lot of coffee. They analyze the earth. They examine the leaves and branches of the trees for irregularities. Nutrient levels are checked and double checked. Finally, to provide the ideal shade trees for the special climate a forest nursery was created. In conclusion, for these and many other reasons they grow some of the best coffee in the world. We can’t wait for you to try it.

About Gesha Coffee

Above all, gesha coffee is as interesting as it is delicious. Finalists at global coffee contests have frequently featured it for its exceptional florality and overall complexity. This varietal originated in Ethiopia’s Gori Gesha forest. Gesha is a coffee like no other with flavors and aromas similar to the high end coffees of Ethiopia but also palates unique to the terroirs outside of Ethiopia where it is now commonly grown. One reason it is like no other is that it has been illegal to take native coffee varietals out of Ethiopia for centuries. It has only happened very rarely throughout history. However, after one of these rare happenings, gesha arrived at the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) in Costa Rica in the 1950s. Thereafter, it spread to other Central and South American countries like Panama and Guatemala.

That is to say, no matter where you harvest it, if you grow and process it well, gesha will always be a delight to roast and a pleasure to drink.

For more natural process coffees check out our Organic Ethiopian Guji Kayon Mountain Natural.

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