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Santa Felisa Gesha Washed by Bean & Bean Coffee Roasters

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Tasting Notes: Bergamot, apricot, lime, peach, cane sugar

This Gesha comes from the Santa Felisa Farm in Guatemala. Established in 1904, Santa Felisa Farm has maintained the founding values of integrity, quality, loyalty and justice. The Farm is now run by the fourth generation siblings under the guidance of the visionary agronomist, ecologist & Q-Grader Anabella Meneses.

Since 2010, Anabella has been researching innovative methods to develop different flavors during the fermentation and drying process. This dedication and passion was rewarded with the 1st place prize in the 2017 Cup of Excellence.

We are proud of being partners with smallholder farmers like Santa Felisa. Their commitment to quality, gender inclusion, the environment, and the communities around the farm inspires us to keep going forward.

Farm Name: Santa Felisa
Region: Acatenango Valley Guatemala
Elevation: 1550 mts asl 
Processing Method: Fully Washed Double Soak
Varietal: Gesha 2722

About the Partner & Their Impact:

Our Impact Partner, Bean & Bean, was created by Rachel + Jiyoon Han, the Mother Daughter Q Grader Duo™ behind every coffee that gets served at Bean & Bean. Currently more than half of all of our coffee is female-powered. Our goal is to source as much female-powered coffee as possible. When you brew our coffee, you’re also brewing change. On behalf of the many mothers, families, and communities that made your coffee possible, thank you for choosing Bean & Bean.

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