Pedro Rodriguez Escribano decides to leave Spain and move to Panama where he bought a cattle farm. He intended to make a living from beef production but thanks to his German son in law, Pedro started to produce specialty coffee.
After being picked by hand, cherries are dried by dehydration using a system of African beds placed inside an oven: an innovative technique that gives a unique sweetness.
Pedro grows his coffee in his farm located near La Amistad national park, under century-old trees and on dark volcanic soil (whose color gives the farm its name).
Where does this coffee come from?
Our blends and combinations are created using coffee from the same estates where we source the beans for our single-estate coffees.
This coffee comes from the following estates (click on them to find out more!):
The extraction ratio we suggest here is not imperative: you can try to use different doses by reducing or slightly increasing the amount of coffee per liter of water. Try 55g of coffee for 1 liter of water and then 65g of coffee for one liter of water and let us know what differences you perceive in the taste of coffee.