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Ten Years Full Circle | Gesha

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€34.00 EUR
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€34.00 EUR

Mandarin, papaya, apple, floral

Process: Semi washed anaerobic fermentation 
Varietal: Gesha

Origin: Colombia
Producer: Wilder Lazo 

When we started back in 2014 we had a vision, to focus on relationships, to be committed to honouring the hard work of the farmers and our partners by delivering excellence to all of our customers. This hasn’t changed and relationships are the centre of everything we do. We encourage an open exchange of knowledge and ideas, in order to promote the positive development of all things coffee.
Ten Years Full Circle, a remarkable milestone where we have made mistakes and incrementally improved, growing and moving. We dream big and are driven by a passion for our craft. We believe that
making great coffee is the result of care and dedication.
From Belgium, Monaghan, Clontarf, Stoneybatter, Talbot Street, Camden Street, Grantham Place, Sligo 2014-2024 and we are not finished yet….
And to each and every one of our customers, Thank you.
Dave, Louise, Natalia & Catriona

Coffee details:

Wilder Lazo, the coffee maverick, ventured into the world of coffee in 2017 when he lent a hand to his father on a farm nestled in the San Adolfo mountains. Driven by his unwavering passion for coffee and his family's rich history in the trade, Wilder took a rather distinctive route into the coffee realm. He didn't just dip his toes into specialty coffee; he dove right in. Thanks to his genetic expertise and an insatiable appetite for learning, he kickstarted a varietal program. Today, it boasts over a dozen distinctive coffee varieties, cherry-picked from diverse sources. It's the coffee journey of a lifetime!


This Gesha undergoes a double fermentation process, immersed in anaerobic mucilage for 140 hours, enhancing floral and citric notes. Following this, an 18-day sun exposure, infused with tangerine peel for extra zest, adds depth to the flavor profile. Next, it undergoes a 25-day stabilization period post-sun soak before the grand milling finale.