La Toma - Colombia Geisha
Jasmin, Bergamotte, Pfirsich

€119,50 / kg

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About the coffee

As the queen among coffee varieties, our Geisha coffee promises a unique combination of aromas. It convinces with intensity and complexity and thus provides a breathtaking pleasure. The region around the Colombian community of La Caldera is also breathtakingly impressive. On the winding roads of La Caldera, one is simply left speechless at the sight of the blaze of color, as countless shades of green can be discovered as far as the eye can see: banana tree green, coffee leaf green, and many different types of lime green on the citrus trees. This natural influence is also reflected in the taste of the coffee, as it convinces with a perfected balance of shallow lemony acidity, a full-bodied chocolaty aroma and a floral sweetness.

About the farm

Álvaro Francisco Santacruz Rodriguez grows his specialty coffees on his finca La Toma at an altitude of 2,200m in western Colombia, 30km from the town of Pasto. Thanks to the nearby Galeras volcano, this area benefits from very fertile soil, which provides the ideal conditions for growing coffee. Added to this are ideal temperatures, so that the volcanically enriched soil gives life not only to coffee, but also to a variety of other fruits and vegetables.

The passion for quality coffee and the ambition to work hard for it has been passed down from generation to generation. This is the first time we have worked with Álvaro Francisco Santacruz Rodriguez and it certainly won't be the last. We look forward to future unique coffee creations!

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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 Kaffee, 250g Wasser, mittlerer Mahlgrad, in etwa 2,5 min Brühzeit

Flavour notes

Jasmin, Bergamotte, Pfirsich





Ein perfekter Geisha Kaffee: saftige Süße mit Jasmin, Bergamotte und reifem Pfirsich!

About the coffee

Variety: Geisha

Processing: washed

Altitude: 2,000 m üNN

Fertilizing method: biologisch

Harvest year: 2020

Harvest time: Apr - Jun

Soil type: vulkanische Erde

Shadow type: im Schatten gewachsen

Processing place: auf der Farm

Drying time: 15 Tage

About the farm

Farm: Finca La Toma

Location: Nariño

Coffee farmer: Álvaro Francisco Santacruz Rodriguez

Form of Operation: Familiengeführte Farm

About the farm: Eine besondere Leidenschaft für Qualitätskaffee und der Ehrgeiz, für diesen hart zu arbeiten.

Other farm products: Zuckerrohr und Bananen

Cooperation: neuer Partner

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