Guatemala Acatenango Santa Felisa African Gesha Double Soak 1550M

Guatemala Acatenango Santa Felisa African Gesha Double Soak 1550M

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Description
Production Area / Acatenango
Producer / Santa Felisa African
Elevation / 1,550M
Variety / Gesha
Level/ SHB
Process / Washed Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ Citrus FruitGrapefruitCranberryToffee

Estate profile /
The century-old Santa Felice Manor was founded in 1904 by Trinidad E. Cruz in the Acatenan fruit producing area, and the Cruz family has entered its fourth generation. The west side of the Acatenan fruit producing area is the Atilan producing area, and the east side is adjacent to the famous Antigua producing area (Antigua). There are two volcanoes in the adjacent area, namely Volcan Acatenango and Volcan de Fuego (Volcan de Fuego), Santa Fe Lisa Manor's own processing plant is about 1550 meters above sea level, and the actual altitude of coffee cultivation can be as high as 1900 meters. Climate, soil or altitude are the top conditions for a great estate.

In addition to the continuous introduction of new varieties for planting, Santa Fe Lisa Manor is also a major feature of processing methods. For example, only ripe cherries with a Brix 21 (Brix 21) content are harvested, and the development of washing, honey processing, sun drying and medium The Kenyan-style 72-hour fermentation and washing process, which is rare in the Americas, is widely talked about in the coffee industry.

The Kenyan-style 72-hour fermentation and water-washing treatment method originated in Kenya, which adopts the cycle and repeated treatment method of washing after fermentation. Wash off with clean river water after hours. Then, it is fermented again with clean river water for 24 hours, washed again, and after repeated 3 cycles, it reaches 72 hours, so it is called Kenya-style 72-hour fermentation water washing treatment, abbreviated as K72. The complicated process creates a continuous finish with clear acidity and delicate and elegant sweetness.

In addition to the environmentally friendly planting methods, Santa Fe Lisa Manor also attaches great importance to and supports the balanced development of the local community. The manor never uses child labor. There is also an elementary school in the manor. Educational grants for high schools, and participation in public welfare programs such as Las Nubes Daycares, which provide children's meals, education, and medical care.

Beginning in 2011, the current operator, Antonio Meneses, decided to conduct independent bidding for high-quality micro-lots of the estate, just like the Emerald Estate in Panama, which is also one of the few estates in the coffee industry that has a single bid.

Award record

2017 Guatemala Cup of Excellence (COE) 1st place (El Paraxaj)

2017 Guatemala Cup of Excellence (COE) 8th (Santa Felisa)

2016 Guatemala Cup of Excellence (COE) 2nd (Los Jutes)

2020 Dagang Cup Competition Beans / COE Champion Manor Sun-dried Geisha
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