El Socorro GEISHA, Guatemala

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About This Coffee:

Coffee grown on this farm and of this lot placed 1st in the Cup of Excellence in Guatemala for 2020 and 2nd place in 2021.  We purchased this coffee directly from the farmer before the COE competition.  This coffee in our opinion is better than ever.

Produced by Juan Diego de la Cerda in Palencia, Guatemala

Tastes like: Jasmine, Kiwi, Watermelon, Raspberry

The Farmer:

 Juan Diego has been producing award winning coffees in Guatemala for years.   We are incredibly lucky to have a relationship with such an excellent producer.  


Here are a few quick tips for getting the most out of this coffee

Local Pick Up:

You’ll receive an email when your order is ready for pickup.  Orders placed before 8am on Tuesday will be available to pick up after 6am on Wednesday.  Orders placed before 8am on Thursday will be available to pick up after 6am on Friday.

USPS Shipping:

If we receive your order before 8am on a Tuesday or Thursday, we will ship on the next day via USPS Priority Mail.  If we receive your order after 8am on a Tuesday or Thursday the order will ship the following shipment day. 

Contact us for international shipping options.


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kenneth Rosenberg
guat gesha galore

dry notes of resiny bark gobs of coffee flower bright clear clean both tartaric appley soft long lovely peach kiwi melon honeysuckle carmel yet retains that guatamalan intensity. thanks to farmers el socorro and of course this roast. This coffee a bargain at double this price! Thank you

Benny T
A treat - DO.NOT.MISS.

Geishas are now popping up left and right from many reputable companies. What’s more important than anything else is roasting a Geisha coffee correctly and farmers union has the right guy doing the job. This is a flavor explosion. I get tons of coconut, macadamia nut upfront with STELLAR body/mouthfeel, quickly finishing with this mouth coating pineapple/kiwi aftertaste. It’s honestly a coffee I crave and my third bag (SMH). For anyone wondering I pull shots and drink straight espresso. After 30 or so shots of this now I prefer a very fine grind, 18.5g in and 18-21g out. You won’t be disappointed and for the market this coffee falls into, the price is so good it’s almost silly.
Thank you Farmers Union for this special coffee among many others.