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The Best We Can Produce

Auction

The Best We Can Produce

Only the Top Selections From the Estate

In 2017, Gesha Village held the first-ever private-estate coffee auction in Africa. Due to the overwhelming success of the inaugural event, the auction is now an annual event taking place each May or June, offering coffee roasters and enthusiasts worldwide the opportunity to taste and purchase the absolute top coffees that our farm produces.

The Selection Process

Assembling coffees for the auction is a rigorous process, as we must locate the best of the best from Gesha Village. We take 90 to 120 kilograms from selected lots, then evaluate these coffees with some of the world’s top cuppers and our partners around the globe. It’s a three-month process, but it’s an exciting one, and at the end of it we have a final selection of beautiful coffees to offer at auction.

Our Social Commitment

Our annual auction helps support a cause dear to our hearts: The Gesha Village Foundation. We started this yearly farmer-to-farmer think-tank workshop in 2017 to provide educational opportunities and information exchange to farmers, hosted at the farm.

Led by Gesha Village’s management team as well as visiting local and international specialty-coffee experts, these workshops give local farmers a chance to learn about farming best practices, challenges, and solutions. The workshop provides a platform for Ethiopian coffee farmers to exchange ideas, working and growing together for the growth of the country’s coffee industry.

One dollar from every pound sold in the auction goes toward funding this program.

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  • Repost @cuppingroomhk 🙌🏻🙌🏻 Huge congratulations to Gu Donghwan of CBSC for winning 🥈 2nd Place in the 2020 Korea National Barista Championships!
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We are so thrilled that he chose to work with us and the amazing coffees of Gesha Village for a second year in a row.
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Last year he won 🥉 3rd Place using a natural G31 from Oma Block, and this year he used something truly exceptional — an experimental lot from Adam! Stay tuned to find out more...!
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⚡️⚡️#brewlikeachamp #cuppingroomhk #cuppingroomcoffeeroasters #roastedinhongkong @geshavillage 
#Repost @blackwaterissue with @get_repost
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2020 #KNBC 파이널리스트 구동환 #바리스타 @cbsc_official 소속 -
@geshavillage 의 게샤1931 품종의 커피를 사용한 구동환 바리스타는 보졸레 누보를 연상시키는 창작 메뉴를 선보였네요 🙃
  • Repost @intelligentsiacoffee 
The ultimate geisha bundle is here: Ethiopia Gesha Village 1931 vs. Colombia Geisha COE #1.  We’ve brought together two of the most fascinating and delicious geisha lots we’ve tasted and bundled them together so you can experience geisha at its most elegant and taste the specific differences in character that derive from the places they were grown! Tap to shop.
  • Repost @pksywonderwoman .
Gesha Village Innovators Reserve #4
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Pride of Gesha Auction 2019
Dimma Illubabor Forest
Bench maji zone , Ethiopia
Carbonic Maceretion Honey
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by Coffee BeanProject Roasters
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먼저 알아보고 마신 후기.실험적인 프로세싱을 한 커피들을 모아두고 옥션 진행. 허니프로세싱에서 점약질 남긴 상태서 탄산침용...커피체리를 탄산침용 이라니. 그래서 어쩐지 게이샤 품종의 그 티피컬한 산미 캐릭터가 엄청 절제되 안정적인 그리고 마치 기분 좋은 설탕차같은 맛이었다. 에티오피아 맞어? 하다가도 고소한 견과류 그리고 꿀물 느낌였는데, 테트라 드리퍼로 추출한 컵노트는 그리하여 아몬드, 꿀물, 수정과, 사쿠랑보차, 약간의 애플파이 느낌. 집에서 주로 쓰는 하리오로 내려마시면 또 다르려나 싶다가도. 탄산침용은, 매우 놀랍다. 아이스로 마시고프나 이제 가을이라, 뜨겁게 마시는 습관을 좋은 게이샤 커피와 함께🙏🏻
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Photo @pksyis
Coffee bean @beanproject
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#빈프로젝트 #게이샤 #게이샤옥션 #개이샤빌리지 #탄산침용 #허니프로세싱 #맛스타그램 #사쿠랑보 #과일차 #꿀물 #아몬드 #맛스타그램 #홈카페 #바리스타 #커피 #브루잉 #coffee #geshavillage #geshavillageinnovatorsreserve #dimmaillubaborforest #carbonicmaceretionhoney #photo #photography #barista #homecafe #コーヒー #お家カフェ #ドリップコーヒー #バリスタ
  • Repost @jbccoffeeroasters 
New! Introducing our Dynamic Duo. Gesha Village Coffee two ways. Same coffee (Gesha 1931 varietal), one washed-one natural process. Roasting Nov 7. A coffee experience not to be missed! These coffees are 🔥🔥🔥. #geshavillage  #geshacoffee #experiencefinecoffee #madisonwi
  • Repost @glitch_coffee 
We’ve got those beautiful Geshas super limited form @geshavillage 
Stay there, we will release them soon soon. 
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エチオピア🇪🇹ゲシャヴィレッジの
オークションロット4種類が到着致しました。
ただ今テスト焙煎中ですが、
まもなくリリース間近です。
スペシャルティコーヒーの枠を超えて
トップオブトップのセレクションを
今後も揃えて参ります。
貴重なカーボニックマセレーションの
Lot GVA.INV6もございます。
引き続きインスタグラムの情報を
チェックしていて下さいね。
良い週末をお過ごしください!
  • Repost @neroscuro_coffee 💥 🚨 🌟 
GESHA VILLAGE Surma lot #37 natural - Bench Maji, Ethiopia.
In the far western reaches of Ethiopia, close to the South Sudanese border, lie the wildly sprouting jungles of Bench Maji zone. It’s a place of stunning natural beauty, wherefrom a high-extending plateau one can take in the expanse of the Gori Gesha forest. Here, the Panamanian Geisha coffee varietal was discovered in the 1930s. This breathtaking landscape is home to Gesha Village Coffee Estate.
Gesha Village has been divided into eight blocks. The Lot #37 comes from the Surma block, named after the pastoralist ethnic group, the Surma, who inhabit the lowlands toward the southwest. At about 2000m above the sea level, the Gesha 1931 varietal is grown. The lot has been prepared according to the natural process. After selective hand-picking, the cherries were sun-dried in thin layers on raised African beds for 30 days, until a 10% residual moisture was reached. The cherries were then dry milled through a staged process: parchment removal, destoning, bean grading, gravity separation, optical color sorting, and others.
But the end result is what matters more: in the cup, this coffee is delicate, perfumed and sweet, with notes of peach, apricot, Damascus rose, and candied citrus.
#geshavillage #geshavillagecoffeeestate #geshacoffee
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