Guayacanes De San Lorenzo Geisha - Colombia Filter
Abel Gomez at his farm Guayacanes De San Lorenzo
Passion fruit, Stone fruit, Eucalyptus

€134,50 / kg

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A wonderful Geisha coffee from Colombia by the passionate farmer Abel Gomez. It enchants us with notes of passion fruit, star fruit and eucalyptus.

About the coffee

This coffee from Colombia was grown 100% organically and then processed using the washed method. After the cherries are picked at their peak ripeness, cleaned and separated from unripe cherries, they go into a container for 16-20 hours.

Then they go into tanks without water at controlled temperature for 30-40 hours. Finally, the beans are washed and dried in parabolic dryers in the sun, which are usually open 6 hours a day for 15 days, controlling the humidity and intensity of the sun. The special feature of parabolic dryers is the transparent plastic roof for a more optimal use of radiation on sunless or rainy days and a direct exposure during sunny hours. This gives the beans the best opportunity to develop their aromas and flavors.

About the farm

The farm is located in the Departamento de Nariño, a Colombian department in the southwest of the country. Abel Gomez has owned the farm for 12 years and is now the third generation to cultivate. He loves his work, especially experimenting in the wet mill and researching microorganisms and the like to permanently improve the notes and profiles of his coffees.


Coffee from Colombia

Coffee first came to Colombia in 1732. Since then, the fame of Colombian coffees has grown greatly, mainly thanks to the symbolic figure of the farmer Juan Valdez. Colombian coffees have a wide variety of flavors that vary from region to region. They range from heavy bodies with chocolatey notes to light bodies with a fruity sweet cup profile.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g coffee grounds, 250g water, medium grind, approx. 2.5 min brewing time


Passion fruit, Stone fruit, Eucalyptus

Passion fruit

Stone fruit



A fruity geisha coffee from Colombia.

About the coffee

Variety: Geisha

Processing: Washed

Altitude: 1.870 masl

Harvest year: 2021

Processing place: on the farm

About the farm

Farm: Guayacanes De San Lorenzo

Location: Departamento de Nariño

Coffee farmer: Abel Gomez

Form of Operation: Family business

Farm size: 2 hectares

Other varieties planted: Caturra, Colombia

Cooperation: New partner

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