Broadsheet

Finca La Reserva Gesha

Subtle & Delicate

Light-Medium Single Origins

Take the most prized of coffee varieties, put it through a honey process and 96 hours of anaerobic fermentation, roast it expertly, and what do you get? Easily one of the best coffees we’ve tasted all year. We get notes of pineapple, earl grey tea, sweet citrus, candy, and so much more.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light-Medium

Tasting Notes

Tropical Fruit

Citrus

Florals

Origin

Country Of Origin

Colombia

Sub Region

Antioquia

Process

Experimental/Other , Pulped Natural/Honey
About the Roaster

After leaving a career in finance and moving to Hawaii, Aaron MacDougall discovered his calling in a Honolulu coffee shop. By 2012 he was roasting his own beans, and after years of learning, competing, and moving back to the Boston area, he founded Broadsheet Coffee Roasters in 2017. This Cambridge roaster reflects that same passionate obsession and can-do positivity, with a down-to-earth approachability everyone can enjoy.

Location

Somerville, MA

Fun Fact

This roaster enjoys an academic, diverse community thanks to its location just a five minute walk from Harvard Yard.

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About the Roaster

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About the Roaster

Broadsheet

Cambridge, MA

After leaving a career in finance and moving to Hawaii, Aaron MacDougall discovered his calling in a Honolulu coffee shop. By 2012 he was roasting his own beans, and after years of learning, competing, and moving back to the Boston area, he founded Broadsheet Coffee Roasters in 2017. This Cambridge roaster reflects that same passionate obsession and can-do positivity, with a down-to-earth approachability everyone can enjoy.
Fun Fact
This roaster enjoys an academic, diverse community thanks to its location just a five minute walk from Harvard Yard.