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FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee
FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee
FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee
FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee
FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee

FILO DEL OSO - Colombia Geisha Coffee

Regular price
£18.00
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£18.00
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Fragrance/Aroma:  Sweet toned aroma with hints of caramel
Aftertaste: Nuts and grapefruit zest tones persist pleasantly into a long finish
Sweetness: Medium
Acidity: Bright, vibrant
Body: Rich, full body. 
Balance: Savory sweet structure with round well balanced cup 
Notes: Sweet nut character. Complex

Overall: 86.7

 

Rare, exclusive and fetching a heavy price tag, Geisha is often associated with coffees from Panama when in fact cultivation of the Geisha varietal only began there in the 1960s and recently there are crops of the Geisha in Huila Colombia. Geisha is an original variety of coffee that was discovered in the 1930s in the mountains around the Southwestern town of Gesha, Ethiopia. Geisha trees grow tall and can be distinguished by their beautiful and elongated leaves. The quality of this coffee can be drastically improved when grown at extremely high elevation.

In the cup, the Filo del Oso Geisha displays a good sweetness, clarity and sparkling flavor that may range from honey, dates, rose water, black tea, complex body. Quite a bouquet for some palates. They are also recognised by the distinctive bergamot oil and orange peel taste, often described as Earl Grey tea! Although there are some customers who have experienced strange notes of marshmallows and vanilla! 

This is not a forgiving coffee which is much more enjoyable when brewed as a filter coffee rather than an espresso or latte

Spanning between the Andes Mountains and the Nevado del Huila volcano, is the vereda El Divino Niño in Suaza. This vereda should probably be called “Los Cantillo” instead, because it is home to the entire Cantillo Family. Isaias Cantillo, Jose Manuel’s father, used to work as a coffee picker. He moved from farm to farm, migrating from mountain to mountain through the departments of Huila, Tolima, and Risaralda. When he met Nidia, his wife, he decided it was time
for him to settle down and so found and purchased a piece of land in Suaza, which he named La Esperanza .

  • Normally all our coffee is packed in 200g, 500g or 1kg  foil-lined and valved bags, however for subscription coffee we use 400g bags only. 
  • All our coffees are roasted to order so we require at least one working day before we can dispatch your order.
  • Delivery charge for Subscription Product is FREE
  • Standard delivery is charged at £2.50 per order (mainland UK)
    For all orders over £20 (before delivery) delivery is FREE

 

 

 

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