‘Jamison Savage has dedicated the last decade to creating and maintaining Finca Deborah in the mountains of Volcan, Panama. One of the most renowned producers in the country, Jamison believes that a balanced ecosystem and sustainability is essential for responsible coffee production. He has produced several coffees that has claimed trophies in world competitions, including the coffee used to win the 2016 World Barista Championship. In 2016, Jamison worked in collaboration with our team and Project Origin to undertake carbonic maceration processing; the result is lots like the ‘Vivid’ geisha lot, which uses this extended fermentation method to intensify fruit characteristics, improve sweetness and acidity and highlight the terroir of the farm.
This exceptional coffee captures the best of the geisha varietal and the terroir of Finca Deborah. Look for notes of yellow peach and white grape, accompanied by a sweet lemonade quality, sparkling acidity and intense jasmine florality.
Coffee beans are judged on a 100-point scoring system that assesses body, balance, uniformity, sweetness, clarity and acidity. Coffee scoring 80+ points is considered specialty coffee.
|Process||Washed Carbonic Maceration|