The Hartmann family is a mainstay of the specialty coffee production in Panama. Their story begins with Alois Strasil Hartmann, born in 1891 in the Moravian region. Alois arrived in Panama in 1912 searching for new adventures. Instead of staying in Panama City, he followed the telegraph road up to Volcan where he bought 500 hectares for stock breeding from the Panamanian government. Later he passed 100 hectares to one of his sons, Ratibor Hartmann, who then transformed it into the Finca Hartmann coffee farm.
Today, Finca Hartmann is still a family business – each member of the family is passionately involved and actively works for the company. The finca consists of several smaller plots, all located between 1,300 and 2,000 meters above sea level along with 100 hectares of rain forest bordering the Parque Nacional de La Amistad. One of these plots is Rocky Mountain. It personally belongs to one of the Hartmann brothers, Allan. He is responsible for Finca Hartmann’s processing plants and has personally purchased the Rocky Mountain plot in 2007. Since then he has planted it exclusively with various types of Geisha, grown under the forest shade.
During Christmas we had the Geisha from Allan and we had an offer that we could get this Natural processed Caturra. we are very pleased of serving this to you.