A medium-light roast that is verified by the Agtron reading of 63, JBC Coffee Roasters’s Geisha Village Auction Lot #11 carefully balances dark and light, smoky and bright flavors in a subtle, medium-bodied cup. There’s no oily sheen on the surface of a properly roasted medium roast, which gives it a different mouth feel from a dark roast.
Geisha Village Auction Lot #11 is a type of Single Farm coffee which is a term used for coffee that is produced by a single farmer, mill, or co-operative. By producing it on one site, Single Farm provides consumers with the ability to trace the origin of the beans from crop to cup.
JBC Coffee Roasters’s Geisha Village Auction Lot #11 is produced from Geisha trees which represent the ultimate luxury in coffee. Intricate and floral with notes of citrus blossom, jasmine, and sweet honey, they are both luscious and delicate. This rare coffee has an exceptional flavor that you can detect the sweet floral, citrus blossom, jasmine, and sweet honey fragrances as soon as the water hits the cup. A bergamot-like finish and a distinct though delicate acidity is typical for their flavor.
What makes JBC Coffee Roasters’s Geisha Village Auction Lot #11 taste profile stand out from other similar products is the production method involved which is known as Wet Hulled Coffee Processing Method. What’s great about this coffee production method is that it enhances the body and reduces acidity.
Geisha Village Auction Lot #11 coffee is sourced from Bench-Maji Zone, southern Ethiopia, where the coffee beans are roasted carefully in order to produce some of the best coffee beans you can find on the market. The team behind JBC Coffee Roasters also features roasters who have a lot of experience and are very passionate about coffee, which reflects in the quality of the beans. To know more about JBC Coffee Roasters you can call them on their number 608-256-5282 or visit their website www.jbccoffeeroasters.com.