The Geisha Lavado White Honey CM coffee beans are processed with great care and attention to detail. The cherries are collected and sorted to ensure that 95% of them are ripe and 5% are semi-ripe. The beans then undergo anaerobic fermentation in 200-liter tanks at a constant temperature of 18°C, with CO2 injection and submersion in water with an oxygen pump for 48 hours. After fermentation, the beans undergo a two-phase drying process, which is carefully controlled and slowed down using shade netting. Finally, the beans are packaged in Grain-Pro bags and stabilized for 15 days. This meticulous process results in high-quality coffee that is sure to delight coffee lovers.
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Sebastian Ramirez (35) is a fourth-generation coffee farmer with over 12 years of experience. He has a presence in multiple countries across Asia and Europe and is the owner of Fincas El Placer. Sebastian has joined our mission of making coffee farming exciting as a mentor for the Young Producer Program. Starting as a traditional grower, he ventured into fermentation and made connections. Nowadays, he is a master in Carbonic Maceration, Coffee Profiles, and Varietals. We are thrilled to represent him, and we can confidently state that his coffees are anything but ordinary.
Name of the farm:
Fincas El Placer