Jardines del Eden


33,00 incl. VAT


Taste Profile
Floral, blueberries, lemongrass, red wine and syrupy mouthfeel.

Additional information




Pijao, Quindio


Felipe Arcila


Red Gesha


1.900 masl


24h Aerobic fermentation

SKU JDE-FT-2024 Categories ,

Jardines del Eden

This coffee was grown by Felipe Arcila at the farm Jardines Del Eden. It was exposed to dry aerobic fermentation for 24 hours before being placed inside Grainpro bags for 50 hours at a temperature below 22ºC. Then the whole cherries were placed on raised beds until 11% moisture content was achieved.
This microlot is 100% Gesha. This highly sought after varietal was first discovered in Abyssinia, Ethiopia in 1931. Gesha was planted in Panama for the first time in 1963 and reached Colombia in 2005. The producer has named it Red Gesha because of the color of the cherries, since he also grows another type of Gesha that has yellow cherries. Therefore he decided to name his Geshas after the color of their cherries.


Our coffee is treated with care

Meticulous Quality

We hope to provide our customers with the best and therefore pay close attention to all factors affecting the quality of our coffee. These include cultivar, growing altitude, climate, soil chemistry, harvesting and processing conditions, drying method, storage conditions, transportation, roasting conditions, grind size, brewing water and brewing recipes.

Highly Curated

Each one of our coffees is carefully selected by our roasting team. Before we buy in bulk, we go through many samples from different specialty coffee estates. Often times we are working with the most renowned coffee producers in the world.

Small Batch Roasting

All our coffee is roasted in our Roastery in Westbahnstraße 13, in Vienna. We roast small batches (10kg max) because we have better control over all the parameters that impact the flavour profile and can therefore better guarantee consistency.

Ethically Sourced

We ensure traceability for all our coffees. Our house Espresso from Nicaragua is directly traded without any middle-men and when we go through a wholesaler, complete transparency is a must. We want to provide our customers with the ability to know where their coffee comes from down to the name of each farmer.

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