The Lamastus' Estates



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     The Lamastus Family, produces, processes and exports its own rare estate coffees, Elida and El Burro. The plantations are located at around 5600ft (1700m) above sea level in the skirts of the Baru Volcano in Boquete, Panama.

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  • Geisha Coffee Roaster: Offers the world’s finest hand selected gourmet coffee beans with an extensive selection of gourmet coffee blends, flavored and decaffeinated to satisfy every discriminating taste bud. Geisha Coffee Roaster’s coffee is committed to providing a superior product and outstanding customer service.
  • The Specialty Coffee Association of Panama (SCAP) exists to:
    • Promote the high quality coffees of Panama in the world specialty coffee market.
    • Educate the SCAP members in order that they might adapt their products and companies to the demands of the marketplace
    • Develop an appellation system for Panama coffees

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Robert Louis Lamastus Drying screen (Bastidor).  This type of drying 
is the way coffee was dryed in the past. Elida Lamastus the wife of 
Robert Louis Lamastus. Cans used to transport the coffee from the 
washing canal to the drying screens. Structure to stow away the coffee 
during the drying process. The Coffee Plants, Elida Estate in 1930 Coffee beans drying Thatcher Lamastus the current owner o Elida Estate. Wooden box for dried coffee transportation