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Inmaculada Geisha – Corvus Coffee

Andrew Pautler

Inmaculada Geisha – Corvus Coffee

Coffee Details

  • Coffee Name
    Inmaculada Geisha
  • Roaster
    Corvus Coffee
  • Roaster Location
    Denver, Colorado
  • Flavor Notes
    Blue raspberry, mango, kiwi
  • Process
  • Varieties
  • Country
  • Region
    Valley de Cauca
  • Producer
    Julien Ramos
  • Roast
  • Review Brew Method
    Orea, Flower, AeroPress, Tricolate

Coffee Scoring

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9 / 10
  • Intense sweetness
  • Complex fruit-forward, juicy profile

Disclosure: Pull & Pour received coffee samples for this post, however, as always, all opinions are 100% my own.

This coffee is in my top 10 for the year. It was part of the Reserve series from Corvus Coffee in April 2022 and blew my mind with its juicy, fruit-forward profile.

The coffee began with a complex fragrance of sweet berries with floral undertones. The flavor was phenomenal with an explosion of flavors that reminded me of juicy kiwis, rich berries, and tropical fruit. The body was structured, but light and smooth. The coffee had a high acidity that was crisp and helped balance the candy-like, fruit-forward sweetness. Each sip ended with a lingering sweet finish with floral accents.

I explored this coffee through a lot of different brew methods—Orea, Flower dripper, AeroPress, and Tricolate. It performed well in all of them.

The Bottom Line

This Inmaculada Geisha exceeded even my high expectations of what is possible and expected from a Reserve coffee from Corvus. It was juicy, sweet, and oh so delicious—a true winner in my book.

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