Break out the Aeropress, the pourover, the Chemex…
The intoxicating jasmine perfume and juicy mango, papaya and passionfruit flavours of the award winning ‘Manantiales Del Frontino Colombia Geisha’ have caused a Geisha Fever breakout.
Geisha Fever symptoms we’ve noted include repeated smelling of the coffee, trance like behaviour while drinking the coffee and distracted behaviour around those drinking the coffee, as well as lip-smacking, sighing and so on.
Surry Hills is on high alert as this coffee, quite seriously one of the world’s best, is being served as pourover at the café.
Café goers to Rubys Diner, Circa Espresso, The Baron, The Roots Espresso and Burnies are also at high risk, as baristas and owners at these establishments have been struck with Geisha Fever and are serving it at their premises.
Only 10 bags of this award-winning Colombian Geisha were harvested and produced in February this year in the mountainous Valle Del Cauca district of Western Colombia. The landscape of this region is the inspiration for the coffee’s wood block art packaging that Single Origin Roasters had designed by local artist and customer Greg Harris.
The packs, beautiful as a gift or a treat, are available online, 250g for $45, quite accessible compared to say the world’s top wines, which will set you back considerably more! There’s also the added lure of free shipping. (Like Geisha lovers need another excuse…)
Notes notes notes you must have the notes? Check out all the details of this Colombian Geisha coffee, grown by the Froimovich family. 250g: $45 Geisha Colombia Manantiales Del Frontino ships Australia-wide from the online shop (Free ship code: Geisha)
Pourover & Chemex: $8 per cup, $12 for 2 cup Single Origin Roasters café, 60-64 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills.