Equator

Panama Elida Estate Natural

$26.50  per bag

Funky & Fruity

Light-Medium Single Origins

From one of the most famous coffee growing estates in the world, this natural process coffee carries notes of ripe blueberry, refreshing green apple, and a little milk chocolate too.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light-Medium

Tasting Notes

Berry Fruit

Milk Chocolate

Ripe Fruit

Origin

Country Of Origin

Panama

Sub Region

Alto Quiel, Boquete

Process

Natural/Dry Processed
About the Roaster

In 1995, when partners Brooke McDonnell, Maureen McHugh, and Helen Russell began roasting coffee from a garage, they set out to build a high-impact company focused on quality, sustainability, and social responsibility. As a Certified B Corporation, Equator supports quality-of-life initiatives in coffee-growing regions, including its founding of Panama’s Finca Sophia farm and partnering with World Bicycle Relief.

Location

San Rafael, CA

Fun Fact

Equator chose the bengal tiger as its emblem for their strength, rarity, power, and grace. All important attributes for a female founded and led company.

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About the Roaster

Brooke McDonnell & Helen Russell
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About the Roaster

Equator

San Rafael, CA

In 1995, when partners Brooke McDonnell, Maureen McHugh, and Helen Russell began roasting coffee from a garage, they set out to build a high-impact company focused on quality, sustainability, and social responsibility. As a Certified B Corporation, Equator supports quality-of-life initiatives in coffee-growing regions, including its founding of Panama’s Finca Sophia farm and partnering with World Bicycle Relief.
Fun Fact
Equator chose the bengal tiger as its emblem for their strength, rarity, power, and grace. All important attributes for a female founded and led company.