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Panama Geisha from Janson Family Farms Lot 255

Panama Geisha from Janson Family Farms Lot 255

Regular price $45.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $45.00 CAD
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It's time for a once in a lifetime coffee.  You know that coffee that blew your mind and got you into specialty coffee thus; making you a lifetime patron of every specialty coffee roaster you could fine?  This is that coffee - except better.  Janson Farms is very well known as the best of the best in Panama and we were able to secure a very small lot this year.  So, get it while it lasts!

Some key info:

The Janson farms are micromanaged in lots for traceability and quality control. The plantations are separated by forests that serve as natural barriers against pests and protect the natural flora and fauna of the region. There is a private reserve area inside of the farms to protect secondary forests and the fauna of the region.

To promote biodiversity and maintain a balance of nutrients in the soil Janson Family Farm doesn't us pesticides or herbicides. A testimony to this balance is the beehives kept close to the coffee plantations from which they collect delicious honey from geisha coffee flowers.  The farm also collects seeds from native trees and plants them in the barriers between their lots.  The farm also has 400 solar panels producing energy, and all excess matter from processing serves as fuel or fertilizer.

Besides providing housing, the farm partners with the ministry of health to provide preventive medical care at the farm for permanent and temporary collaborators such as harvesters and farm laborers.

At Janson Farm, there is a children’s daycare center that allows the parents to leave their children in a safe environment while they’re on the field during the harvest period. During the rest of the year, there is a dedicated teacher who comes on Saturdays to help school-age children with their schoolwork and alphabetize adults who did not have the opportunity to go to school and wish to learn. The daycare center, named after Mrs. Peggy Janson, lets children play, learn, and spend time in a social environment to prepare them for school. The kids love their teachers and are happy to see them during harvest season.

Long story short, Janson farm is not only growing amazing coffee, they are taking care of the people working there, and the environment around them.  The resultant coffee is beautiful, subtle, and unique.


Additional information about coffee plantations

Hacienda, short for Hacienda las Lagunas is one of the Janson farms, located at 1,350-1,400 masl, in the region of Volcán in the Tierras Altas District (High Lands District). Hacienda las Lagunas, named after its lagoons and wetlands, is located West of the Barú Volcano, with rich volcanic soil and several natural springs. The different lots of coffee plantations are surrounded by areas of a natural reserve which serve as natural barriers to protect the plantation and are also a vital habitat for a large variety of birds and wildlife.

In 1993, Janson farm built a processing plant exclusively for specialty coffee, including several sections to separate coffee by quality and origin. They do natural and wash processing using updated technology combined with artisanal methods to obtain the best quality. All the coffees go through traditional preparation plus hand selection. The hand-selected Single Origin Geisha available here is processed and stored with the utmost care in temperature and humidity-controlled storage.


Variety Geisha
FOB Price 110.00 USD/kg
Process Natural
Harvest date February 13th, 2023
Fermentation 48 hours in plastic tanks
Drying time 1 day patio, 32 days African beds, 9.8%
Drying temperature 34 °C Max. - 16 °C Min.
Altitude 1350 - 1400 masl
Region Volcán, Chiriquí, Panama
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