Panama Finca Deborah Terroir (Pre-Order)

Finca Deborah

  • Flavour profile Lemon, honeysuckle, red apple, black tea
  • Process Washed
  • Varietal Geisha
  • Roast Medium


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  • Finca Deborah Terroir is the complete representation of Panamanian washed Geisha. This lot was named Terroir because of its exquisite reflection of where the coffee was grown and processed, delivering cleanliness, symmetry, layered complexity, sweetness, and sparkling acidity.

    Terroir starts with a meticulous harvesting practice where only the ripest, intact, cherries are harvested with a BRIX reading over 21. These are taken to the milling station where the fruit is removed using the latest low-water consumption technology. After milling, the coffee is brought to the drying-house. Here the coffee is shade-dried for 10 days.

    Jamison and the team shade-dry this coffee, ensuring it slowly release its moisture content without cracking the parchment or shell of the coffee, giving protection from heat and unwanted moisture during the evening. Inside the dry-houses, careful monitoring of temperature, airflow and humidity is critical for the best results.

    After the coffees have been dried to 10.5-11% humidity, it’s placed in grain-pro bags and stored for a further 90 days. This Reposo equalises the humidity inside the bean, while the coffee continues to absorb the layered complexities found within the parchment.

    Testament to its brilliance, in 2016 Deborah Terroir was used by Taiwan’s Berg Wu to win the World Barista Championship in Dublin.

    A classic Geisha starting with a floral edge, opening into lemon, honeysuckle
    and red apple, and finishing with elegant black tea and malted milk biscuits.

    • Country: Panama
    • Location: Volcán, Chiriquí
    • Producer: Jamison Savage
    • Farm: Finca Deborah
    • Elevation: 1,900+ m.a.s.l.
    • Environment: Rainforest
    • Variety: Geisha
    • Process: Washed
  • Slow and steady during the drying phase, once crack starts take a bit of heat out but don’t slow it down too much. Push it through the gap between 1st and second crack reasonable quickly (about 60sec) and drop just before 2nd crack begins.

  • This coffee is sold in 125g bags.

    The cost of Royal Mail Second Class delivery is included in the price of this coffee.

    It is being roasted on Monday the 23rd May.

    If you order this coffee with any other items, they will be sent separately and this coffee will be dispatched on May 23rd.

    We offer free UK mainland delivery on all orders over £50.00. If you would like to enjoy free delivery on orders under £50.00, make sure to check out My Hasbean Rewards.

    For more information about delivery, please visit our Help Centre.

    If you order a ticket to our launch event in London on Tuesday the 24th of May, your bag of coffee will be handed to you in person at the tasting. Further details of the event will be provided by email.

Finca Deborah Tasting Event

May 24th 18:00-19:00 @ Ozone Coffee Roasters, London Fields E2 9AP

In this hour long evening, guests will not only get to experience two of the best coffees in the world during an espresso tasting, but will be served by our very own 2017 World Barista Champion, Dale Harris.

Dale will be on-hand to guide the tasting, as well as explain the story behind the farm, the coffee processing and how we came to purchase such extremely rare, elegant coffees. There will be time to have any of your questions answered, ensuring you get the most out of your home-brewing experience.

Tickets are available from the dropdown menu above and include a bag of either Terrior or Illumination.

Producer Story

Finca Deborah

Located at an elevation of 1,900+ meters and nestled deep in the mountains of Volcan, Chiriqui, Finca Deborah is shrouded in dense cloud coverage for most of the year and is home to some of the most special coffee in the world. As beautiful and natural a plantation as they come, rare species of plants and animals are abundant, left undisturbed under the canopy.

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