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Panama - Ninety Plus Gesha | Kambera - 150g - June 30 Pre-order

$33.00 CAD

Pre-order: This is a PRE-ORDER product for June 30 - any other items order with this coffee will be shipped on June 30.

Ninety Plus - Panama Gesha - Kembera Anaerobic Natural
This Coffee is WILD! with tasting notes that reminded us of:

Cherry Jam | Plum | Pomegranate | Chocolate | Orange Blossom

Origin: Piedra Candela, Panama
Farm: Ninety Plus Candela Estates
Harvest: 2021
Variety: Gesha/Geisha
Elevation: 1200-1550 MASL
Terroir: Rich Volcanic Soil
Process: Kambera Anaerobic natural, dried in cherry


150g Whole bean only 


More about Ninety Plus and Kambera

The Ninety Plus Gesha Estates were designed with inspiration drawn from coffee growing wild in its natural habitat in Ethiopia. The Gesha variety, along with all heirloom coffee varieties, comes from the understory of wild forests in Ethiopia. These heirloom varieties of coffee live very long lives – up to 100 years or more – and produce relatively small amounts of intensely aromatic coffee. Founder Joseph Brodsky had an opportunity in 2009 to acquire this large property (~200 hectares) and had a vision of reforesting its historic cattle farming lands with native tree species while planting the shade-loving Ethiopian Gesha coffee beneath the canopy. With its first significant production in 2014, coffee from Ninety Plus Gesha Estates was used to win the first of 5 World Brewers Cup Championships in 6 years. Ninety Plus Gesha Estates proves that coffee can be utilized to reforest and sustain tropical lands while producing the highest valued coffees in the world.

In 2005, Ninety Plus Founder, Joseph Brodsky, traveled to Ethiopia for the first time and decided to make it home for the coming years, having fallen in love with the people, the food, the language, the culture, and the semi-forested coffee lands in Ethiopia’s southwest

Kambera derives its name from “Kampi” (site of Kampi Cooperative, a visit to which inspired – along with a hike to Ethiopia’s wildest coffee forests on the same trip – the coffee reforestation model currently employed at Ninety Plus) and “berry”. Kambera is now cultivated at Ninety Plus Gesha Estates in Panama, a proof of concept of the model inspired by Joseph’s very first visits to Ethiopian coffee communities and coffee wilderness.