It's time for some sweet peach cobbler from Colombia by way of North Carolina: La Muralla Gesha by Black & White!

This Gesha comes from a “community lot” grown in southern Huila. The coveted strain is difficult for many small farmers to offer, it’s low yielding and most only have a handful of trees, so this method allows them to showcase their work.

Black & White found bright notes of meyer lemon and jasmine tea. To us, it was a lovely stone fruit cobbler. We tasted cooked peaches, mango, apricot, and pastry, with baking spices in the finish.

La Muralla Gesha

🌎 Origin: Huila, Colombia
💦 Process: Washed
🔬 Varietal: Gesha
⛰ Elevation: 1,700-1,900 MASL

Pour-Over Recipe

(3:30 Total Brew Time)
Dose: 21.5g
H20: 350g
Temp: 205 F
Grind setting: Medium-Fine