This washed lot from Finca El Salto in Boquete, Panama has a smooth and creamy body, a nutty aftertaste, and a delicate honey aroma. It finishes with a confectionary-like nougat taste that will leave you smacking your lips and reaching out for another cup.
Coffees from Panama are known for their gourmet flavors which are induced in the coffee by the rich and fertile soil that is prevalent here. The region of Boquete is home to some of the most unique coffees in the world and the residents of the region take great pride in this fact.
This coffee comes from the three farms of Laura E. Suárez called Dona Eira Estate, Los Limones Estate and Camiseta Estate. The varieties Typica, Catuai, Catuai Amarillo and Geisha are mainly grown here. The farms are located in El Salto, a municipality in Bajo Boquete, at an altitude of approximately 1,500 meters above sea level. The Catuaí variety is predominantly grown here which has a particularly beautiful citric acidity and hence its name. This farm always surprises with its outstanding production.