We have a very limited amount of this rare washed coffee from Joseph Brodsky at Ninety Plus Estates available for purchase online only.
Joseph at Ninety Plus was Inspired by thousands of heirloom Ethiopian coffee varieties growing wild in forests within their natural state, so in 2009 he began developing coffee farms in Panama's ideal coffee lands, restoring both its forests and increasing biodiversity in the process.
The story of this coffee begins in Ethiopia, with the Gesha variety which originates near the town of Gesha (where it gets its name). This coffee, named 'Kemgin' a fusion of the word ginger and 'Nekempte' a town in western Ethiopia, where Kemgin coffee was created using heirloom varieties. This coffee is now produced by Ninety Plus using the Gesha variety in the Barú Highlands region of Panama.
The washed process of this coffee invokes greater control over the flavours compared to commonly used natural practices. This has resulted in a beautiful delicate and clean cup, expressing interesting flavours of lemon myrtle, jasmine tea and fresh ginger.