Panama is a country that’s famous for its coffee, and for good reason. The coffee farms here produce some of the best beans in the world, and a visit to one of these farms is an experience that’s not to be missed. Coffee trees varietals were very interesting in this farm I visited couple of years ago. Take a look a some photos I took during my stay in Chiriqui at Finca Don Vicente.
One of the things that I love about coffee farms in Panama is the stunning natural beauty that surrounds them. Most of the farms are located in the lush green mountains of Boquete and Volcan, and the scenery here is absolutely breathtaking. Walking through the coffee fields and taking in the views of the mountains is an experience that I’ll never forget.
Another highlight of visiting a coffee farm in Panama is learning about the coffee-making process. From the picking of the beans to the roasting and packaging, there’s a lot that goes into making a great cup of coffee. The people who work on the farms are incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about their craft, and it’s fascinating to learn about the different techniques and methods that they use.
Finally, the coffee itself is simply delicious. Panama’s coffee is known for its unique flavor profile, which is often described as floral, fruity, and complex. It’s a taste that’s hard to find anywhere else in the world, and I always make sure to bring some beans back with me when I visit Panama.
Overall, visiting a coffee farm in Panama is an experience that’s sure to delight all of your senses. The natural beauty, fascinating culture, and delicious coffee make it a trip that’s well worth taking.
Coffee Trees Varietals include Bourbon and Caturra. These are surrounded by a bio diverse trees including plantains, oranges and other local fruit trees.