The Ruby Coffee Roasters Ethiopia Gesha Village Coffee brings a special strain of Arabica back to its roots. The coffee is made from a variety of coffee beans originally cultivated from Ethiopia’s Gori Gesha Forest. This type of Arabica is renowned its ability to grow at high altitudes. Following its discovery by British Consul Richard Whalley in the 1930s, the coffee was taken from its African homeland to be planted all over the world. In appreciation of its heritage, Ruby Coffee Roasters partnered with Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton to return Gesha from whence it came.
Ruby Coffee Roasters sources this Gesha Arabica directly from Samuel and Overton’s Ethiopian estate where it is grown at an elevation between 1909 to 2609 meters. The Ruby Coffee Roasters Ethiopia Gesha Village Coffee perfectly illustrates what makes this roast so desirable with flavor notes of mango, kumquat, peony, and vanilla. By purchasing 12 oz. of whole roasted Gesha beans you can enjoy a cup of its distinct, aromatic flavor knowing that you’re supporting a cause that preserves its cultural origins.