The Real Coffee Experts
Panama Geisha

Panama is most distinguished for growing the Geisha coffee plant varietal (Coffea arabica var. geisha). Grown in Panama’s Chiriqui Province, Geisha has won numerous coffee tasting awards in recent years, creating a high demand for the coffee at auctions.
Altitude Range: 1200 – 2000 meters above sea level
Language Spoken: Spanish
Harvest: November – March
Annual Coffee Production: 113,000 bags (Crop 2013)
Common Varieties: Arabica, Caturra, Catuai, Typica, Geisha, Mundo Novo.
Avg Farm Size: Small farms, 0 – 10 hectares.
At present, there does not appear to be Fair Trade or Organic certified green coffee beans available for sale on the market from Panama.


Other coffee plant varietals grown in Panama include Typica (Coffea arabica var. typica), Bourbon (Coffea arabica var. bourbon), Catuai (Coffea arabica var. catuai), and Caturra (Coffea arabica var. caturra). Also see Panama Geisha Coffee.
For tips on brewing the perfect cup of Panama coffee see our section on Coffee Brewing. We also provide detailed coffee flavor profiles of Specialty Coffees and instructions on preparing Espresso Drink Recipes.
For step-by-step instructions see Pulling A Perfect Espresso Shot as well as How to make a Latte.

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