Smooth like chocolate or fruity like a berry, coffee has as many tastes as wine or beer – you just need to know your beans
“Wild Bat Geisha”
The Artibeus Jamaicensis is the bat species found in the forests surrounding the Coffea Diversa Estate in Biolley, Southern Costa Rica on the border of Panama. The wild bats feed on the exotic coffee cherries but, unlike most wild animal coffees, like the famous Kopi Luwak civet cats, the cherries are not ingested whole. Instead, the bat breaks the skin of the ripe cherry with its teeth, feeds on the pulp and licks the sugar-rich mucilage thereby initiating a uniquely natural coffee processing method.
Greetings fellow Javaphiles. May Joe warm your soul as much as your belly. May the jitters be perfectly aligned with the cogs of reality. May the beans’ fragrance and flavors pour over your senses revealing the illusion of time. 宜しくお願い致します。