Lot GN-04: Kotowa Duncan Geisha Natural

The name KOTOWA comes from the native language and means "mountains".

Duncan stands on the slopes of the Baru Volcano, where you can see the distant Pacific Ocean on one side and the rigged mountains of the continental divide on the other. This area is naturally blessed with a climate where the combination and correct amounts of rain, wind, sunshine, clouds and temperature allows us to produce a coffee that has a great tasting character.
During harvest, we carefully hand select only the best ripe cherries, to be pulped using crystal clear water from our mountain springs. Modern milling techniques allow us to properly select the beans that are then pulped and dried using traditional methods. We then slowly dry the coffee using the old and gentle sun-drying system in the cool and dry climate of our farm at 1750 meters of altitude that produces a truly special coffee.

Coffee and cupping details

Boxes: 2
Weight: 100 lbs
Score: 93.0

Farm details

Top Performing District: EL Salto, Boquete
Farm Elevation: 1750 masl
Average Rainfall: 1850mm

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