Dive into a unique coffee journey with our top-scoring 91-pointwiney processed Costa Rican Geisha Green Coffee Beans, now available in small quantities. Harvested from the renowned Coffea diversa Garden, these beans are a testament to where rarity meets excellence.
Enjoy fruity notes with hints of lavender, cocoa, and a subtle touch of molasses. They're nothing short of a delight with a silky smooth texture, medium body, and that persistent cocoa aftertaste.
The standout? It's the winey process. These coffee beans sun-dry and ferment like some of the world's best wines. This adds a fruity and wine-like twist to the taste. Sourced from Biolley in Southern Costa Rica, we've packaged this experience for those who love to roast at home or roasters eager to try a standout coffee. Experience a fresh take on coffee with our Geisha Winey Process Unroasted Coffee Beans.
This is un-roasted coffee ready to be roasted at home or your roastery.
What is so special about this coffee?
Our Winey Processed Geisha Green Coffee from Coffea Diversa stands out as a rare treasure in the vast sea of coffee choices. With gentle notes of flowering grass, aromatic lavender and cocoa, earning itself an impressive cup score of 91 points.
Grown in the high altitudes of Costa Rica's Coffea diversa Garden, this coffee is meticulously nurtured through the winey process, an artisanal technique similar to the world's most exquisite wine-making traditions. By sun-drying and fermenting them, each coffee bean has a wine-like taste with a fruity touch that's unique in the coffee world.
These beans aren't just coffee; they're a limited edition of flavours and heritage. Secure your bag of our exclusive Geisha Winey Process Green Coffee Beans before they're all gone.
A one-of-a-kind coffee garden
Coffea diversa is home to the world's largest private coffee varietal collection, with over 800 botanical coffee varieties. It is located in one of the remotest regions of Costa Rica. A region that is not traditionally known to produce coffee because it is geographically challenging. This region, however, has one of the best micro-climate soils and altitudes to grow coffee in the world. The altitude range at the Coffea diversa garden is 1200-1350 meters above sea level.
About Coffea diversa
There is nothing similar to Coffea diversa. Like in a flower garden, where you would find many types of plants producing many different kinds of flowers, in the Coffea diversa garden, you would find many rare coffees. A unique place with the most extensive private collection of coffee in the world.
Founded in 2003 by Mr. Gonzalo Hernandez, Coffea diversa has two main gardens, one in Costa Rica and another in Guatemala. The Costa Rica garden is located in a very remote area in the Biolley district, right next to the largest nature reserve in Central America, La Amistad.