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The first time we cupped Andres Guaca’s coffee was amazing!
The Pink Bourbon and Pacamara they produce at the family farm Finca Guacobia are filled with exotic fruit, wonderful florals, long & viscous mouthfeel We were totally blown away by Andres’ coffee producing skills!
This anaerobic washed pink bourbon is especially nuanced and clean. Fantastic florals and notes of plum, white grapes and young Beaujolais wine.
This coffee is also a bold step forward for us to broaden our portfolio a bit. One coffee at a time.
Taste description: Exotic fruit, wonderful florals, long & viscous mouthfeel with notes of plum, white grapes and young Beaujolais wine.
Brew Method: Roasted for filter and works amazing as a sparkling vibrant espresso.
Always fresh:This item contains 200 grams of roasted coffee beans. We roast all our order on demand and ship it the same day for maximum freshness.
Harvest: November 2020
Processing: Washed Anaerobic
Fermentation time: 96h anaerobic fermentation of coffee cherry in sealed plastic bags, de-pulp, 36h aerobic fermentation with one wash.
Drying time: 20 days sun parabolic drye
Farmer: Andreas Guaca
Location: San Adolfo, Acevedo, Huila Guacobia in Colombia.
Variety: Pink Bourbon
Story: Andres Guaca, 3rd generation coffee farmer, owner of Guacobia farm together with his wife and two sons. Five years ago, Andres made a change towards specialty coffees, he began to improve post-harvest practices, with controlled, experimental fermentation. On his 5-hectare farm and on his brother's farm, he began to plant differentiated lots of more exotic varieties such as Pink Bourbon, Pacamara, Gesha. His eldest son is already in love with coffee production, and his dream is to be an agronomist and to continue with the development of the farm.
History: In the heart of the Colombian eastern cordillera, Acevedo, San Adolfo an old red zone dominated by the M19 and FARC in the past, from the last 6 years it is safe to come to this area today known as the Specialty Coffee Paradise in Colombia due to the different microclimate and terroir. Also known for the birthplace of Pink Bourbon
This variety is particularly appreciated for their finesse and aromatic complexity, but are fragile and very difficult to produce with consistency and therefore rare