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    Anybody here ever tried one? Can you tell any difference?

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    I'm drinking a Colombian Gesha from Sweetbloom (Denver)... incredible coffee. Super clean, nice floral & citrus notes. One of the better coffee's I've had in years. $25/8oz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    I'm drinking a Colombian Gesha from Sweetbloom (Denver)... incredible coffee. Super clean, nice floral & citrus notes. One of the better coffee's I've had in years. $25/8oz.
    I would love to try that send me the info to order that Colombian

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstsider View Post
    I would love to try that send me the info to order that Colombian
    Just look up Sweetbloom Roasters in Denver... I bought it in person when on vacation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Just look up Sweetbloom Roasters in Denver... I bought it in person when on vacation.
    Thank u very much sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIC View Post
    Chuang Tzu said : Perfect happiness is the absence of striving for happiness.

    is there perfect coffee that brings you the happiness?
    I personally love Singing Rooster's Haitian coffee, not only does it taste amazing but it's also from a business that is dedicated to helping people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaitrynlovescoffee View Post
    I personally love Singing Rooster's Haitian coffee, not only does it taste amazing but it's also from a business that is dedicated to helping people.
    dedecated to helping people? can you elaborate this? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    I'm drinking a Colombian Gesha from Sweetbloom (Denver)... incredible coffee. Super clean, nice floral & citrus notes. One of the better coffee's I've had in years. $25/8oz.
    Yes, Gesha is also my favorite coffee from Guatemala. awfully expensive but at least, I got to cup a lot at harvest season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Looks like this Gesha is close to perfect

    https://dailycoffeenews.com/2019/07/...anama-auction/
    hey Musicphan, personally, I also like gesha. but for you, which processed gesha do you like the most?
    washed? honey or natural?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCoffee View Post
    Anybody here ever tried one? Can you tell any difference?
    yes, Gesha is one of those varietals that you can tell the difference so easily that cuppers/buyers can point out which ones they are while doing the first step of cupping which is "smelling of coffee grounds".

    it has very distinctive and wonderful aroma. and when you "break the cup", the aromatic smells coming out of the cups are just amazing.
    it is super floral and fruity (I am talking about "washed process" which is most common in Guatemala).
    if a cupper can pick out 10 profiles from a normal Bourbon, he/she can pick out 15 or more from Gesha.

    However, just for your info, if there are Bourbon, Pacamara and Maragogype, unless you have a special talent in cupping or have years and years of experience, it is very difficult to tell which is which.

    Good Geisha (89 and up), we are selling $17 to $20 per pound of green beans.

 

 
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