Baru Black Mountain is located in the north of Panama, in the province of Chiriqui, close to the National Park "La Amistad", classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Located at 1400 metres of altitude, the Baru Volcano overlooks this national park and represents the highest point in the country. It was the very dark volcanic soil of the region that inspired the farm's name. The environment, the natural shading provided by century-old trees, a mineral-rich soil and streams offer the ideal coffee growing conditions. Baru Black Mountain Farm has the commitment of producing with utmost respect for the environment, mainly by using water from streams to wash harvested cherries and, most of all, by respecting workers. We acquired a batch developed through an amazing natural process! After being picked at maturity, cherries have been dried on African beds in a place that provides excellent ventilation and sufficient exposure to sunlight. The coffee is dried in a thin layer and turned over several times a day. Every evening, the cherries are covered with a special protection to prevent moisture from penetrating the cherry. This process takes about one month to reach ideal drying. An innovative preparation method that makes it possible to obtain the typical sweetness of this balanced coffee with a great aromatic complexity.