Many coffees are bought and sold as Gesha. Few of those coffees posses the aromatic qualities and flavors that have made this unique heirloom variety so famous. This lot from Acatenango, Guatemala does. Jasmine and stone fruit aromatics on the nose make way for a cup that is lush with milk chocolate, caramel and bergamot notes. Remarkably graceful, this lot is very reminiscent of the Gesha found on Hacienda La Esmeralda in Boquete, Panama.