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    Geisha coffee from Panama is considered one of the most exquisite and sought-after coffees in the world. It’s named after the Geisha variety of coffee plant, which was first discovered in Ethiopia in the 1930s and later brought to Panama. Geisha coffee beans are grown in the Boquete region of Panama, which is known for its volcanic soil, high elevation, and ideal climate conditions for coffee cultivation. The beans are carefully handpicked and processed to ensure their quality and flavor. What sets Geisha coffee apart is its unique flavor profile. It’s known for its delicate and floral notes, with hints of jasmine, bergamot, and stone fruit. The coffee has a light body and a bright acidity, with a clean and smooth finish. Geisha coffee is often described as a “sipping coffee,” meaning that it’s best enjoyed slowly and savored for its complex flavors. It’s typically brewed using methods that highlight its delicate flavors, such as pour-over or siphon brewing. Due to its high demand and limited supply, Geisha coffee can be quite expensive, with some varieties selling for hundreds of dollars per pound. However, for coffee connoisseurs and enthusiasts, the unique flavor and experience of Geisha coffee are well worth the price. Overall, Geisha coffee from Panama is a true gem in the coffee world, offering a unique and unforgettable flavor experience that is hard to find elsewhere. Best regards, Big homie coffee

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