Panamanian coffee selected by auction the second most expensive in the world
During the twelfth edition of the event "The Best of Panama" last week, the lot of Geisha coffee from the Carlos Castillo finca was declared winner out of 16 entries, Francisco Serracín of the Association of Special Panamanian Coffees reported today.
Monday, April 21, 2008
Judges scored the winning entry at 93 out of 100 possible points.
Lots of coffee from 30 plantations will compete in this year's auction entitled ‘The Best of Panama 2011’.
On June 24 50 lots of geisha and natural coffee will be auctioned and in early August the remaining 48 lots, winners of the national contest will be auctioned.
June 11 will see the international auction via the internet of specialty coffees from Panama, from the district of Boquete, in Chiriqui.
A new variety of coffeee called Geisha Natural participated for the first time in "Best of Panama" competition, and reached the highest price in the auction.
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