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Taste & Flavor

Our Selections

Our Non-Auction Coffee Lots

At Gesha Village, we strive for uncompromising quality in each step of cultivation and processing. Our non-auction lots are intensely floral and fruity—signature elements of all our coffees—and we offer them through several channels and labels.

We meticulously select the coffees offered in our non-auction lots through a rigorous cupping process at our coffee lab in Addis Ababa. Following the official protocols of the Specialty Coffee Association, we evaluate the lots over several rounds of cupping to determine how they will be offered to buyers.

We have a diverse range of coffees with complex flavors from Gesha Village Coffee Estate offered in our various labels, from the extremely high-end and delectable Rarities to the delicately blended Chaka.
Read on for the details on each label.


Representing 10 percent of our total farm production, these exquisite coffees are full of complex flavors, and super rare. The Rarities are the top coffees Gesha Village produces outside of our auction lots, and they are frequently chosen for competition by internationally competing baristas.

Growers Reserve

These special micro-lots, accounting for 15 percent of our production, exhibit superior flavor attributes and excellent cup quality, scoring 88 points or above on the SCA’s 100-point scale.


These lots hail from a single farm area at Gesha Village. We provide full traceability information on each lot number featured in the Single-Terroir line, including the farm block name, coffee variety, and processing dates. Our minimum purchase for Single-Terroir coffees is a full lot, which can range from 20 to 40 bags.


For this line, we blend beautiful coffees from all of the estate’s farm block areas and from the entire production season. Available in natural or washed, coffees in the Chaka line offer a consistently delicious profile year after year. Minimum purchase for Chaka coffees is one container.

Explore the diverse range of flavors our farm produces:


Expressive aromas of honeysuckle and spices Intense flavors of dark chocolate and spices infused with notes of Mexican mole,red fruit, black tea, molasses and black current


Exotic aromas of tea rose, with the profound scent of jasmine. Delicate flavors of peach, apricot, candied fruit, melon, satsuma mandarin supported by a honey sweetness


Soft and perfumed. Jasmine, Damascus rose, strawberry, ripe watermelon, red apple, and delicate spices


Flavors laced with spices, strawberry, ripe peach, papaya, floral, dark chocolate, tamarind, orange, and bergamot


Delicate aromas of jasmine, bergamot, and orange. Deep flavors of dark chocolate, tangerine juice, Bing cherries, molasses, Meyer lemon, berries, with the sweetness of red apple


A tightly knit flavor profile of fruits and spices, intense sweetness of marzipan, lemongrass, hibiscus, infused with floral notes of jasmine, and the sweetness of stone fruit


Honeysuckle, yellow fruit, lime, dark chocolate, peach, apricot, rose, with a clean piquant acidity, and a lingering aftertaste of bergamot


A lively flavor profile of coffee blossom, stone fruit, with a pointed acidity and refreshing citrus aftertaste

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  • Harvest is in full swing now! We've even begun cupping the earliest lots at the farm.
  • It's always a pleasure when our roasting partners share their hard work with us here in Ethiopia. Absolutely amazing roasting and  presentation! Thank you for caring so much!! #geshavillage
  • Meet farm resident Gesha-Frey (translated: Gesha-Fruit), daughter of our carpenter Admasu. Nice to know the Gesha Village farm is home to all sorts of inspiration!
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Currently brewing: Ethiopia Gesha Village. We’ve been thrilled with the elegance and floral complexity of this coffee. Hats off to the team at @geshavillage for producing such articulate, intentional coffees. Of the many estate’s samples we evaluated this season, this lot from Dimma emerged as our favorite once again. We have already roasted about a third of the lot, so be sure to order soon if you’d like to try it!
  • We're honored to be the first 'ICON' in Cupping Room's new subscription series. Don't miss this chance to enjoy unique coffees every month. 
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We proudly announce our upcoming featured industry ICONS.
December 2019: Adam and Rachel Overton, founders of Gesha Village. Adam and Rachel are two visionaries who have brought the gesha variety back to its birthplace in Ethiopia. Our inaugural box will feature two very limited lots that are exclusive worldwide to Cupping Room Coffee Roasters.
Sign up now to secure your space in one of the most exciting premium coffee subscriptions. Link in bio.
*To avoid the holiday rush, the cut off date for December box will be moved to December 4th.
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Gesha Village. Extraordinary coffee experience from the beautiful farm in Ethiopia 🇪🇹 limited release of 70 boxes 
This lot of Gesha 1931 was grown on the Oma plot of Gesha Village, reaching up to 2040 masl and producing some of the most aromatic coffees on the farm. This incredible raw material, grown in its native wild forest, combined with careful processing, creates an intense and wild flavour experience. Clear jasmine aromatics are followed by heavier stone fruit character, mainly peach, and a round and fresh acidity of tangerine.
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