Quarter Horse - Panama

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Origin

The Baru Indian High estate in the Horqueta region of Panama

Variety

Typica, Catuai & Caturra

Processing

Washed 

Altitude

1400 masl

Roast Profile

Omni-roast

Quarter Horse

Notes of Caramel, Raisin & Picnic Bar (Choco / Peanut)

Coffee Facts

SCA Cupping Score - 86

Part of the world famous Hacienda Esmeralda estate in Panama, the Palmira farm is home of Palmyra Estate Coffee.

Palmira was the first parcel of land purchased by the Petersons in 1967, and over the years the holdings have grown to encompass a number of smaller farms

With rich, volcanic soil, Finca Palmyra is located within the “Baru Indian High” estate in the Horqueta Region. Set at 1300-1500M Noberto Saurez produces this fantastic coffee using European preparation.

The estate's topography is very irregular, and provides not only spectacular views of the plantation itself but also breathtaking scenery from the Baru Volcano and the Central System.  Due to the location, it also has a wide variety of flora and wildlife - such as white-neck monkeys, deer, rabbits and several birds native to the region.  It has four natural wellsprings which make the soil very rich in organic matter and chemically well balanced.