The Artibeus Jamaicensis is the bat species found in the forests surrounding the Coffea Diversa Estate in Biolley, Southern Costa Rica on the border of Panama. The wild bats feed on the exotic coffee cherries but, unlike mostwild animal coffees,like the famous Kopi Luwak civet cats, the cherries are not ingested whole. Instead, the bat breaks the skin of the ripe cherry with its teeth, feeds on the pulp and licks the sugar-rich mucilage thereby initiating a uniquely natural coffee processing method.
The coffee cherries are left on the tree and exposed to the sun as nature's own way of drying the coffee in its parchment. Combined with the discriminating selection of only the very ripest coffee cherries by the bats - this makes for an unusual cup ofspeciality coffee- remarkably fruity and floral with a very delicate acidity.
A gorgeous high altitude geisha coffee as you've never had it before. Geisha is a variety of Arabica coffee, orginiting from the village of Gesha, Ethipoia considered to produce a very aromatic and floral cup.
Unroasted Green Coffee Beans.