|Farm:||Ninety Plus Gesha Estates|
|Location:||Silla de Pando, Volcan, Republic of Panama|
|Terroir:||Rich volcanic soil, only 400-500 years old|
|Elevation:||1,500-1,700 meters above sea level|
|Profile:||Founder’s Selection #22324|
|Drying Style:||Dried in Cherry|
peach, stawberry, lemonade, rose, juniper
Words cannot describe what we feel about this coffee! According to us, it might be the best coffee we have ever produced! It’s the most complex and clean cup up to date that was produced by Ninety Plus Coffee. Joseph simply describes it as “the best coffee I have ever tasted in my life”! Some notes of this coffee are: peach, strawberry, lemonade, rose & juniper, but there are layers after layers after layers of flavor within this cup, changing as it cools down.
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- Technical Information
- Brewing Guide
- Roasted Coffee Information
- International Customs Regulations & Liability
- Ikawa® Roasting Profiles
We roast to order all coffees daily, Monday to Friday, excluding Panama’s national holidays, and ship the next day! Cut-off time is 8:00 am (UTC-5) of roast day.
Each country’s port-of-entry Customs Authorities have importing regulations outside our knowledge and control. Please be aware that there might be import fees, taxes, and/or additional documentation required to import the goods according to each country’s regulations. You, the consumer, are responsible for those charges entirely.
We are shipping our goods using essential exporting documents, such as FDA-Prior Notice, Phytosanitary Certificate, ICO Certificate of Origin, and Certificate of Origin. You, the consumer, must communicate any additional documentation before the order ships from our premises. Failing to do so, no cancellation, refund, or return will be granted to the importer.
Please be aware if you fail to clear the order from your customs authorities, it is likely to be destroyed by them.
By design, the Ikawa roaster is a fluid bed roaster, which means simply that it is roasting using hot air. This, though, has its limitations, as it depends on the altitude, relative humidity, temperature, and density of the air. The profiles we are sharing below with you have been developed in an environment with 85% relative humidity, at 1,400 meters above sea level, with temperatures between 20°C and 25°C.