Sonora Geisha Natural Costa Rica Kaffee
Mango, Passionfruit, Honey

€99,50 / kg

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Our Sonora Geisha is a Natural processed coffee with intense tropical flavors, such as fruity mango, passion fruit with a lingering sweetness of honey.

Mango, passion fruit, honey

About the coffee

Another unique Geisha coffee from Hacienda Sonora. This time prepared as 'natural' which makes the coffee extra exciting. "Intense" is the best way to describe this coffee.

Intense tropical aromas, intense fruity mango on the tongue and intense syrupy body. This Geisha coffee is a full flavor explosion - it practically jumps out of the cup. With notes of passion fruit and honey, it is balanced by a lingering sweetness.

'Natural' means that after harvesting, the fully ripe coffee cherries are spread out on the patio with their skins, including their pulp, dried by the sun and then sculptured. During this process, the coffee beans absorb the full sweetness of the fruit.

Be sure to also try our Sonora Geisha Honey coffee. This gives you the unique opportunity to enjoy two Geisha coffees from one farm with different processing.

About the farm
Alberto Guardìa has been growing coffee for over 50 years. His family farm - with the sonorous name Hacienda Sonora, is located on the fertile foothills of the famous Poas Volcano in the West Valley, Costa Rica. It is largely surrounded by pristine, untouched forest. The preservation of the rainforest is very important to the Guardìa family. Therefore, they simply let it grow and in it their coffee plants. The coffee trees ripen excellently under the protective roof of the shady trees: they receive enough moisture to develop optimally. As a source of energy for the entire finca, a Pelton turbine is used, which is driven by the water power of a stream. This raging, beautiful body of water supplies the entire finca with '100% Green Energy'. We have known the Guardìas for several years now and are pleased to have met such an exceptional family that grows unique coffees every year with understanding and love for nature.

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If you look at the location of the coffee-growing regions, they extend as a broad coffee belt around the equator. Harvest times in these areas are based on the position of the sun and move from north to south throughout the year. In coffee-growing regions north of the equator, such as Costa Rica, India and Ethiopia, the main coffee harvesting season is between September and December. In coffee-growing countries south of the equator, such as Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, harvesting usually begins in April or May and can last until August. Exceptions are countries like Ecuador, Colombia or Rwanda and Kenya. These growing regions are located directly on the equator and, at the right altitudes, can produce coffee all year round.

Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16gr coffee grounds, on 250gr water, Brewing time 2,5 - 3 mins


Mango, Passionfruit, Honey





The Sonora Geisha is a natural processed coffee with intense tropical falvournotes.

About the coffee

Variety: Geisha

Processing: Natural

Altitude: 1300 m

Fertilizing method: organic

Harvest year: 2020

Harvest time: Dec - Feb

Soil type: vulcanic soil

Shadow type: grown in the shadow

Processing place: on the farm

Drying time: 16 days

About the farm

Farm: Hacienda Sonora

Location: Central Valley

Coffee farmer: Diego Guardia

Form of Operation: family owned business

Farm size: 150 ha

Age of farm: 20 years

About the farm: Hacienda Sonora is a 100% green energy run farm.

Number of varieties: more than 20

Other varieties planted: SL28

Cooperation: for many years

coffee filter 19grams

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