The Geisha coffee plant was discovered in Ethiopia in 1931. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Called “Geishinha” for those close to it, it only became popular in 2004, when it was tested in the terroir of Paraná. She likes affection and attention, which makes production quite expensive.
Manually carried out by capricious women, the harvest is made only of ripe fruits, only the “cherries”, you know? It is the fruit that, on the foot, already has the taste of “papaya” papaya. At this stage, patience is needed, as each one matures in their own time. Hence, the post-harvest of Geisha coffee begins in Brazil.
The value of Geisha coffee can be described in one word: cultivation. This job caught on with the Japanese imperial family, who made it their official drink. It’s not an exaggeration, see? It’s a royal thing! They are very demanding, which makes this achievement even more special.
This recognition was not for less! The women who work in the harvest spend more than 20 times on the plantation, all so that the harvest takes place in the best way. This makes a grain that pleases the world’s most discerning palates come to you. In the farming areas, they even say that Geisha’s DNA is blessed!