Finca Lérida, founded in 1922 is one of the oldest and most traditional Coffee Estates in the Isthmus of Panama. Located at an altitude of 5,500 feet above sea level, on the foothills of Volcán Barú, with deep rich volcanic soil, this beautiful and traditional coffee estate offers optimum conditions for growing premium mountain coffee. Ample rainfall and sunny, dry harvesting season, promotes ideal production of exquisite high altitude coffee.
Lerida´s several times award winning coffee, was ranked number one amongst 119 varieties of coffees from 15 countries at the Cupping Pavilion during Boston SCAA’s (Specialty Coffee Association of America) annual meeting.
At Finca Lérida, coffee is roasted daily and brewed for the guests of the hotel. After a day of birding, hiking, walking or just relaxing, you can take advantage of sipping a cup of the best coffee in the world at the hotel’s famous Coffee House.
The following pictures will get you acquainted with this gorgeous coffee shop in the clouds. Here we go.
How do I get to the coffee shop?
Can you tell me how the building of the coffee shop looks like, so I can get there without getting lost?
Can you give me an idea of how coffee shop looks like from the inside?
Do you have a picture of the coffee shop supervisor?
Can you provide me with the options of coffees available at the coffee shop and their currents prices in U.S. dollars?
The list of coffees available at the venue are:
- Cappuccino – $2.50 per cup
- Latte – $3.00 per cup
- Moka Latte – $3.00 per cup
- Moka Cappuccino – $3.00 per cup
- Iced Cappuccino – $3.00 per cup
- Iced Mocha – $3.00 per cup
- Regular American coffee – $1.50 per cup
Do you know if the coffee shop markets any typical souvenirs for the visitors?
As a matter a fact they do. Just ask Nileyka and she’ll be glad to usher you to the “Souveniers’ Hot Corner” where you will find attractive souvenirs to take back home and proudly tell your folks about your recent vacation down to Finca Lérida in Boquete.
I hope I’ve answered all your questions. Now the ball is in your court to buy an airplane ticket down to Panama and head up towards the mountains and enjoy the best cup of coffee in the world. Nope, I’m not kidding. Coffee is serious business down here. Good Day.