Panama coffee for Espresso
One of the most interesting and influential coffee growing countries in the speciality coffee industry.
Historically, Panama had a very poor reputation for producing coffee and in comparison to its neighbours on either side, Costa Rica and Colombia produced miniscule amounts. In recent years however, Panama has produced some of the most unique and expensive coffee in the world.
Panama, although a relatively small country is extremely bio-diverse and has a number of micro-climates at altitude which contribute to a perfect coffee growing environment. The stable economy and the infrastructure in Panama enabled a few coffee farms in the region of Boquette to pioneer the Gesha coffee plant which famously sold for extortionate amounts of money, putting Panamanian coffee on the map.
Panama as an origin, aside from Gesha does typically produce some other world class coffee’s with similar taste profiles of complex fruit and floral notes.
We have a huge selection of both blended and single origin espresso coffees from artisan roasters. They range from espresso beans giving a luxurious crema and rich chocolatey, nutty flavours, thru to some lighter roasted beans that produce vibrant and bright espressos.
Use the filtering below to help you find the espresso coffees you are after.
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