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Finca Sophia Gesha Bundle

Bundle the incredible Gesha Natural lot from Equator's own award-winning coffee farm in Panama, Finca Sophia, with our limited-edition Finca Sophia Fellow Monty Cup.

Panama Finca Sophia Gesha Natural is sold as 6oz. bags of whole bean coffee. Roasted fresh & shipped from the Equator Coffees roastery every Wednesday.

Flavor Profile

  • Origin

    Nueva Suiza, Volcán, Panama

  • Tasting Notes

    Juicy, sweet, and floral flavors of raspberry, tea rose, and cardamom.

  • Roast Level

    Light Med Lt Med Med Dark Dark

Origin Story

Brooke McDonnell, Helen Russell, Willem Boot

Finca Sophia is a coffee farm co-owned by Equator Coffees. The farm is located in the highlands of Panama at an altitude that tops 2,100 meters, making it one of the highest farms in Central America. Founded in 2008, Finca Sophia is planted almost exclusively with the rare and celebrated Gesha variety. Pairing this legendary coffee variety with the extreme altitude at the farm, results in a one-of-a-kind coffee. Our first harvest of Finca Sophia was selected as a 2016 Good Food Awards winner, and if that wasn’t enough, Finca Sophia has also won the prestigious Best of Panama coffee competition in the Washed Gesha category twice, in 2017 and 2020, with another lot similar to this one, placing second in the Natural Gesha category earlier this year. Unlike the washed method where the coffee fruit gets pulped off of the seeds after harvesting, in the natural method the fruit is left fully intact and dried on raised beds, imparting distinctly fruity flavors into the coffee.

Finca Sophia is considered an experimental farm and was established to test the ceiling of coffee cultivation in Panama. While higher elevations promote slow fruit maturation and high quality, it also presents a myriad of challenges for coffee producers. On Finca Sophia, cool soil temperatures slow the natural decomposition process, resulting in less nutrient rich organic matter in the soil. Limited sun exposure due to the farm’s topography and the region’s microclimate compound these difficulties, but farm manager Kelley Hartmann and his team are considering creative ways to increase the temperature of the soil. For the time being, they are focusing on shade management and ensuring the coffee plants get enough nutrients through fertilization. Having insight into the challenges faced on Finca Sophia gives us even more appreciation for the hard work and dedication that goes into producing this special coffee, and all the coffees that we source.


6,250-7,000 feet





Why We Love This Coffee

The Gesha variety was originally collected from coffee forests in Ethiopia in the 1930s. From there, it was sent to the Lyamungu research station in Tanzania before being brought to Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza (CATIE) in Central America during the 1950s. It was distributed throughout Panama by CATIE in the 1960s after being recognized for tolerance to Roya, or coffee leaf rust. However, the plant was not favored by farmers nor widely planted due to it having brittle branches. The variety finally came to prominence in 2004 when the Peterson family of Boquete, Panama, rediscovered it on their farm, Hacienda La Esmeralda.

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