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The tight-knit community of Panamanian coffee farmers is characterized by a spirit of innovation, where a constant quest for improvement is fueled by creativity and passion.
Like many of its neighbors, the Lerida Estate can trace its engineering influences back to
the construction of the Panama Canal. Estate founder Tollef B. Mönniche designed the emergency dams of the famed canal, and later used his ingenuity to design the country's first gravity-fed coffee processing plant.
Today, people who visit the Lerida Estate may be just as interested in quetzals as coffee. The carefully preserved area is surrounded by virgin forests, and is considered one of the country's hot spots for bird watching.
"Lerida Estate has worked hard to balance a commitment to commercial interests with a commitment to protect the environment," says Lindsey Bolger, Senior Coffee Director for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. "They’ve created an incredibly beautiful preserve thats home to both natural treasures and world-class coffee."
The Lerida Estate placed first in the Best of Panama contest in 2001, and has been a top contender in competitions ever since.
Please note: custom grinding is no longer available.
A great tasting cup of coffee can give you a whole new perspective. It's a moment to pause, reflect, and reprioritize. That moment is what inspires us to make coffee that benefits everyone it touches. From carefully sourcing and roasting the highest quality beans, to supporting small farms and protecting the environment, we focus on what's important.
That's why we at Green Mountain Coffee® believe a good cup of coffee can change your day... but a great cup of coffee can help change the world.