Online Auction of Panamanian Specialty Coffee

After obtaining first place in "Best of Panama 2009," Hacienda La Esmeralda will conduct an Internet auction of its Geisha coffee variety.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

International buyers from the US, Europe, Japan, North Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Czech Republic and England will participate in the online auction which will be held today, May 19."

Daniel Peterson, who is responsible for the hacienda’s production, told that they were expecting to auction 150 quintals of the Geisha coffee variety. "He indicated that in recent days, seven 200 g. vacuum packed samples were sent to more than 60 buyers who showed interest in participating so that they could sample the product that was to be auctioned."

In previous editions of the electronic auction, the Geisha coffee variety from Hacienda La Esmeralda has sold for $130 a pound.

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The flavor and aroma of Geisha coffee took the top two positions in the XII version of the "Best of Panama 2009" tasting.

First place went to the Hacienda La Esmeralda, owned by the Peterson family and second place went to Carleida Farm, owned by Carlos Santiago.

Raul Lopez wrote in la "The third place went to the Pacamara variety, produced on the Gea Burnesky farm belonging to Gonzalo Rojas, who explained that this variety was brought from El Salvador. Fourth place went to a mixture of Caturra A and Typica from the Paso Ancho Farm owned by the Franceshi Aguilera family, while fifth place went to Lamastus Family Estates, which presented a Catuai sample.

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