After winning Panama Brewers 2018 celebrated in October by Specialty Coffee Events in Panama city, Wilford Lamastus Jr became the representative of Panama in the World Brewers cup.
Wilford Jr in his first world competition reached the 10th overall place in the competition, missing finals by just a few spots. And, since this is the website for the coffee we will focus on Open service where he placed 5th overall using Elida Geisha Natural ASD. ASD stands for Anaerobic Slow Dry and the coffee was put in fermentation tanks for 120 hours with the pulp, and then placed on the drying beds with thick layer for a total time of five weeks.
The Geisha coffee used for brewers cup grew in 1850 Masl in the Torre lot and is a neighbor lot from the Best of Panama Elida Geisha Green-Tip ASD. WIlford Jr roasted the coffee in the Ikawa, brew it in Hario v60 with 15:1 ratio with the help of his coach Benjamin Put from Monogram Coffee in Calgary, Canada. Wilford Jr will try to go again for next season, lets see how it goes.