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Panama Coffee

Panama Coffee

Panama is most distinguished for growing the Geisha coffee plant varietal (Coffea arabica var. Geisha).

Grown in Panama's Chiriqui Province, Geisha has won numerous coffee tasting awards in recent years, creating a high demand for the coffee at auctions. The area of Boquete produces also other excellent arabica beans, among which we cannot avoid to mention Var. Catuai, Var. Typica and Var. Pacamara

The entire collection share high sweetness, superior cleanliness, notes of berries and chocolate and distinct citric-like finish. These peculiar characteristics suggest to enjoy these coffees without adding sugar...making them healthier and naturally diet friendly!!


Geisha Coffee

Geisha (or gesha) coffee plants are known for their elongated coffee cherry (fruit), and the coffee is distinguished for its light body, bright acidity and jasmine-like aroma with honey and citrus tas[...]


Catuai Amarillo

Yellow Catuai, is a dwarf hybrid of Mundo Novo and Caturra, crosbred by Instituto Agronomico do Campinas in Brazil in 1949. Together with Catuai Rojo, Red Catuai, it is a highly resistant cultivar sui[...]



Caturra is a higher yielding mutation of Bourbon variety, discovered in 1935 near the town Caturra in Brazil and later spread around Central America and Colombia. It is a dwarf varietal with good cup[...]



Arabica Typica is the original cultivar discovered in the Kaffa Rainforest in Ethiopia centuries ago. Typica was the first coffee in the New World brought there by a French Naval officer in the 1700's[...]



In 1958, the Salvadoran Coffee Research Institute (ISIC) bred together Pacas and Maragojipe (Maragogype) to create the new variety Pacamara. Pacas is a Salvadoran high yield mutation of the arabica hy[...]

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