Anaerobic Process Coffee
The La Rosas farm was founded by Eduardo Palmita Snr. in 1874, with the first coffee planted around 1900. Today, Finca La Rosas is managed by the third and fourth generations of the Palmita family. The property is planted with about 620 acres of coffee, with another 1,160 acres of rain forest preserve adjoining the farm. The quality of this Honey Processed Geisha anaerobic natural coffee is a testament to how well the Palmitas look after the ecology of their farm and the cleanliness with which they process their Guatemala coffee beans. When you buy Geisha coffee from the La Rosas farm, expect notes of Blackberry, deep purple fruits like Plum and Black Tea in the finish.