Passenger

Montecarlos Gesha

Subtle & Delicate

Light Single Origins

Carlos & Julie Batres have released a delicious lot of Gesha from their estate in El Salvador for six years now, and Passenger has wonderfully roasted it for all six of those years. We smell honeysuckle right off the grinder, and a wonderful melange of flavors throughout the cup: sugar cookies, fruit loops, lemonade, milk chocolate, apricots, berries, and more!

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light

Tasting Notes

Florals

Brown Sugar

Citrus

Origin

Country Of Origin

El Salvador

Sub Region

Apaneca

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

Passenger loves coffee and wants to take its drinkers along for the ride. Once operating from a retrofitted 1955 Airstream trailer — capturing a mix of wonder and familiarity — this Lancaster, Pennsylvania roaster is focused on the future. In that spirit, forward-thinking Passenger keeps their entire inventory of unroasted coffee in deep-freeze storage, allowing them to roast a large and diverse offering at peak freshness year round.

Location

Lancaster, PA

Fun Fact

Passenger's Isuzu box truck that transports each week's allotment of green coffee from freezer to roastery is named Suzy.

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About the Roaster

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About the Roaster

Passenger

Lancaster, PA

Passenger loves coffee and wants to take its drinkers along for the ride. Once operating from a retrofitted 1955 Airstream trailer — capturing a mix of wonder and familiarity — this Lancaster, Pennsylvania roaster is focused on the future. In that spirit, forward-thinking Passenger keeps their entire inventory of unroasted coffee in deep-freeze storage, allowing them to roast a large and diverse offering at peak freshness year round.
Fun Fact
Passenger's Isuzu box truck that transports each week's allotment of green coffee from freezer to roastery is named Suzy.