You'll find this coffee growing amongst volcanoes in the Acatenango region of Guatemala on the El Zapote Geisha farm, an area known for its mineral rich soil. The family run farm pays close attention to the cherries, constantly collecting data and testing the soil. The term Geisha pertains to the variety of bean. Geisha coffee was introduced to South America from Kenya in the 1930s. Geisha is a challenging plant to grow and yields a smaller amount of cherries, resulting in a rare variety. Tropical fruits of mango and papaya meet notes of earl grey tea and subtle cocoa.