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The Cupping Show of Barty Finca Santa Teresa (FST)

Posted by Nathaniel Fleming on

We're honoured to be bringing to Australia direct from farm a flight of Gesha from Santa Clare, Panama Finca Santa Teresa (FST) a well-known region.

Finca Santa Teresa (FST) is a coffee farm and mill in Santa Clara, Renacimiento, nestled high in the cloud forest near the Volcán Barú; Panama’s highest peak, adjacent to La Amistad National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Farm occupies 237 acres of stunning forest between 1400-1600m above sea level. We produce a range of premium specialty coffees, including Gesha, Caturra, Catuai, Typica and Pacamara varietals, we service multiple processes.

FST coffee is carefully handpicked and processed at our mill which is located on the main, larger farm that comprises FST. The smaller farm – Batista – is a short drive away and is separated by virgin forest and our water source, La Llorona.

FST coffees are regular finalists in the Best of Panama competition, with more than a dozen awards in the last decade.

FST has a guest cabin on the farm which offers visitors the opportunity to wake up to a sunrise, overlooking the rolling clouds over La Amistad National Park and, in the distance, neighbouring Costa Rica.

This Barty FST Gesha pairing four or three packs includes;

Gesha originally came to Panama from Ethiopia in the twentieth century as part of efforts to find disease-resistant fruit.

With love, check out our Barty FST Gesha Kits you will not be disappointed.


 

About Nathaniel Fleming

Write ✍️ Design 📐 Brew ☕ Barty Single Origin's resident Coffee Expert & Coffee Quality Assurance Officer. Nathaniel's understanding of coffee and culture comes from his international background of the United States, Australia, Europe, and Asia. His approach to sustainable design in the specialty coffee industry is driven by a biocentric perspective and a passion for excellent coffee. He is currently based in Sydney, Australia.


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