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Panama Janson Coffee Lot 779 Geisha Washed

Janson coffee plantations have an average altitude between 1,350 and 1,700 masl. They are located on the slopes of Tisingal and Baru volcanoes, which are part of the Talamanca mountain range in the Chiriqui highlands, providing unique climate and terroir to grow our coffee.

The farms are micromanaged in lots for traceability and quality control. The plantations are separated by forests that serve as natural barriers against pests and protect the natural flora and fauna of the region.

Lot 779 was a very small lot of 60 kilos.Very lucky we were able to get them from Forward.




Washed processed coffees are dried without the cherry. Washed coffee’s are de-pulped then usually fermented to promote the separation of any remaining pectin still stuck to the bean and parchment, then washed clean prior to drying. 


Lot 779

Geographic Location:

Tizingal – Tierras Altas Panama

Altitude: 1700 meters over sea level

Relative Humidity: 75.3 %
Average Annual Rainfall: 213mm

Variety: Geisha green tip

Specific Lot On Farm: Lot 779

Procesing: WASHED

Fermentation: 72 hrs

Drying Time:6 Days

Moisture: 10.4%

Density: 67.90


They are here as your Canadian source for unique, transparent and thoughtful green coffee offerings. They are looking to connect, build and grow the Canadian Specialty Coffee Sector by bringing in a dynamic range of coffees, backed by producers they believe in and are committed to moving forward with.​

1kg @ $95USD/kg

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