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Costa Rica El Diosa Geisha Honey Processed

Costa Rica El Diosa Geisha Honey Processed

Profile: Bergamot, Almond, Orange, Honey, Toffee

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The Dota area located in the most famous Tarrazu area in Costa Rica that is famous for producing micro-batch geisha varieties.
As early as in 1865, the Dota area enjoyed the reputation of good Costa Rican coffee. Because the road construction extending from the capital to the Dota Valley had to pass through the Tallaju area, so in the future the Costa Rican Coffee Bureau used to label the production areas. Dota Tarrazu is a typical plateau terrain, and the soil, temperature and humidity are the best for growing coffee trees. 
Goddess Manor was established in the 1960s. The owner of the manor, Pachi Serracin is regarded as the father of the very popular Panamanian geisha. Goddess Manor grows coffee with organic farming methods, using local native forests and fruit trees as coffee shade, and the fertilizer used is coffee cherry pulp mixed with molasses, which is added to the fertile soil with high mineral content in the adjacent mountainous area to cooperate with microbial fermentation to produce a product that can enhance coffee planting. Ripe red-purple berries are hand-selected and the soaking and fermentation processes are strictly controlled to accomplish a uniquely humidity balance. The degree of fermentation is neither too much nor too little, which yields coffee with clarity and sophisticated complexity of refined bergamot notes balanced with honey sweetness, with tinge of orange tangy sweetness together with toffee notes.

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