At Seattle Coffee Works we love our Geisha coffee. We have two different lots of Geishas from Panama, both of which are spectacular.

Geisha (or “Gesha”) is the name of a town in Ethiopia where this variety of coffee was “discovered” in the 1930s. It gained prominence in the early 2000s, after being cultivated in Panama, where high altitude, rich soils, and careful cultivation combined to create some of the most stunning flavors ever documented in coffee. Find out more background about this on our blog.

We are celebrating in August with a limited release of our favorite geisha, our Panama Santa Teresa Honey Geisha.