Panama Hartmann Estate Black Honey coffee is a single origin specialty grade coffee beans from Hartmann Estate farm Volcan region in Panama. This coffee is Black Honey processed and roasted in Medium level. Round body with light acidity. It has caramel, honey aroma and toffee, honey, black tea flavor with medium sweetness.
Panama Hartmann Estate Black Honey Origin: Panama Region: Volcan Farmer: Hartmann Estate Variety: Caturra & Typica Process: Black Honey Altitude: 1,260 - 1,500 masl Roasting Level: Medium roast
Tasting Notes: Aroma: Caramel, Honey Acidity: Light Body: Round Flavour: Toffee, Honey, Black Tea, Medium Sweetness
Panama borders Colombia and Costa Rica. Panama’s coffee producing areas are located in the regions around one of the highest inactive volcanoes of Central America, the Volcan Baru, Boquete, Volcan, and Renacimiento. Panama has a very unique microclimate and its surrounding land is full of rich nutritional and fertile soils, making these highlands perfect conditions to cultivate and harvest a great variety of special coffees. Hartmann purchased land in Chiriqui, in Panama and began growing the first coffee trees on the Hartmann Estate. Direct descendants of Luis Hartmann own and manage the estate today. After harvest, cherry is pulped. Coffee and mucilage is moved to raised drying beds. For Black honey, as much of the mucilage is left on the coffee as possible. Raised beds allow for greater airflow during drying and reduce the risk of fermenting or spoiling. Coffee is usually not turned during the first 24 hours of drying but then raked regularly afterwards. On average, drying takes between 1 and 3 weeks.