Pirates of Coffee - Panama Geisha Competition Series - Black Treasure Box (4 x 100g)
Pirates of Coffee

Pirates of Coffee - Panama Geisha Competition Series - Black Treasure Box (4 x 100g)

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4 incredible Panama Geisha coffees.

4 unique processing methods.

2 world-class coffee producers.

1 origin.

This limited edition treasure box features 4 of the best coffees we have discovered this year. 

We hand selected these geisha coffees based on their rarity and cup quality after rigorous cuppings of thousands of coffees this year.

Panama Geisha Competition Series - Treasure Box:

1. Abu Coffee GN-15 Anaerobic Natural Geisha (100g)
Process: Anaerobic Natural 
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Kiwi, Blue Raspberry, Cacao Cantaloupe, Lavender

2. Esmeralda 235 Natural Geisha (100g)
Process: Natural
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Jasmine, Dried Fig, Orange, Concord Grape

3. Abu Coffee GW-52 Anaerobic Washed Geisha (100g)
Process: Anaerobic Washed
Tasting Notes: Cherry, Rose, Grape, Lemon, Raspberry, Cotton Candy

4. Esmeralda Geisha 236 Washed Geisha (100g)
Process: Washed
Tasting Notes: Blackcurrant, Lily, Lychee, Sugar Cane, Candied Lemon

About Abu Coffee
Abu Coffee was named to honour the memory of José Guillermo Luttrell, a third generation coffee producer from the Cañas Verdes region of Boquete, Chiriquí in Panama.

"ABU" (short for Abuelo, grandfather in Spanish) is what his grandchildren used to call him. His dream was to achieve the best cup of coffee with the highest standards of quality. Abu Coffee continues to live this dream by producing some of the most incredible and unique coffees available not only in Panama, but globally.

About Hacienda La Esmeralda

Hacienda La Esmeralda is the pioneer of geisha coffee in Panama and requires no introduction. They have secured 1st place in the Best of Panama almost every year since 2004. Enough said.

Hacienda La Esmerlada is being run by third generation family members. They are famous worldwide for their high quality geisha offerings and sustainable farming practices.


The original artwork on these tins was created by Hamza Abdulbasit (@virtualhamza), an artist based in Ottawa, Canada.

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