Order 3 bags coffee or more and free shipping in CAN and USA X
Premium

Gesha Village Lot 85

Established by Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton, the 471 hectare Gesha village is located in the Bench Maji region. In carefully selecting wild seeds from the Gori Gesha forest, they had aimed to replicate the natural environment of the forest by planting them alongside indigenous trees. The result is not only a coffee that is rooted in its ancestry but an agroforestry approach that aims to balance the commercial growing needs while preserving the natural environment.

Eight different zones, or sub-farms, comprise the village and named after nearby villages: Bangi, Dimma, Gaylee, Oma, Narsha, Surma, Shewa-Jibabu and Shaya. This coffee is a natural Gesha 1931 variety from Oma Block. Coffee is dried on raised beds for 30 days under a mix of sun and shade.

Sourced from Forward Coffee

200g

Origins:

West Omo Zone, Ethiopia
Producer: Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton
Variety: Gesha 1931
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1900-2100masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Jasmine, Elderflower, Mandarin, Honey, Oolong


Brew:

Filter

$50.00 CAD

Purchase:



Stock:
Limited Remaining

Free CAN and USA Delivery

Order 3 or more bags of coffee and the whole order ships free. Flat rate $10 shipping for orders under 3 coffees.

Same or next day shipping (excluding weekends / preorders / intl orders). This coffee may be rested before being shipped.

Once shipped, please allow for a transit time of 4-7 business days. Orders in the GTA deliver within 1-2 days.

Pickup Orders

Use code PICKUP at checkout to waive shipping. You will receive an email once your order is ready.

International Orders

Flat rate per order:
China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau
UK, and select EU Countries
Australia

Other Countries: please inquire

Overview


Premium

Gesha Village Lot 85

Established by Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton, the 471 hectare Gesha village is located in the Bench Maji region. In carefully selecting wild seeds from the Gori Gesha forest, they had aimed to replicate the natural environment of the forest by planting them alongside indigenous trees. The result is not only a coffee that is rooted in its ancestry but an agroforestry approach that aims to balance the commercial growing needs while preserving the natural environment.

Eight different zones, or sub-farms, comprise the village and named after nearby villages: Bangi, Dimma, Gaylee, Oma, Narsha, Surma, Shewa-Jibabu and Shaya. This coffee is a natural Gesha 1931 variety from Oma Block. Coffee is dried on raised beds for 30 days under a mix of sun and shade.

Sourced from Forward Coffee

200g

Origins:

West Omo Zone, Ethiopia
Producer: Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton
Variety: Gesha 1931
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1900-2100masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Jasmine, Elderflower, Mandarin, Honey, Oolong


Brew:

Filter