What’s in the coffee pot? Geisha Costa Rican Coffee

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We occasionally get samples of wonderful food and drink to try here at Simply Woman and we share what we think is fantastic with you so your pound is well spent.

Recently we had the opportunity to try out Geisha coffee on our dinner guests and we were extremely impressed with how rich, smooth but delicate the flavour was.  Me personally – I don’t like strong coffee (we tried Marley’s Buffalo Soldier (Dark Roast) which I found too intense and a little bitter.

Geisha has the warmth of a cozy winter scarf combined with subtle cocoa hints and is soft and smooth.  It would make a perfect every day- go to coffee as well as one to impress guests with – particularly if you don’t know how they like their coffee.  This is a people pleaser

It is grown on the Coffea Diversa plantation in Costa Rica, close to the Panamanian border.  Geisha, one of the Ethiopian wild coffee varieties, is an ancient and very rare coffee variety. It has a soft, delicate profile with quietly complex aromatics that reward patient attention with notes of lavender, cocoa and hints of molasses.

250g ground coffee in a gift tin is £19.98

125g bag £8.00


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