With an Agtron reading of 60, modcup coffee’s Panama Elida Estate Washed carefully produces a medium-light roast that 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.
Coffees similar to Panama Elida Estate Washed are what is known as Single Farm which essentially is a term used to describe coffee that is produced by one single farmer, mill, or co-operative. By virtue of its origins, it allows the consumer to track down the source of the bean.
Made using the finest beans from Central America, modcup coffee’s Panama Elida Estate Washed coffee provides moderate to high acidity levels with prominent notes of fruits, medium-to-dark chocolate, honey, and nuts to create the ultimate Central-American coffee experience.
What makes modcup coffee’s Panama Elida Estate Washed different from other products is the fact that it was produced using. Geisha trees are handpicked by local farmers and have to go through meticulous quality control. The leaves on the Geisha are smaller and lighter than other varietals, which means that each tree yields less coffee which in turn increases the demand as well as the price for these goods.
Panama Elida Estate Washed coffee is sourced from Boquete growing region, western Panama, 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 modcup coffee 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 modcup coffee you can call them on their number NA or visit their website NA.