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Edier Perdomo Farms • Experimental Washed Pink Bourbon

bakers chocolate • strawberry • lemongrass
light / bright

Sale price$25.95
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flavor notes explained

Bakers Chocolate - This coffee has a wonderful complexity which is delicious, but makes it difficult to encapsulate what exactly the notes we want to feature are. Bakers chocolate describes a toned bittersweetness that sits in the backend of the profile.

Strawberry - Sweet, bright sugars are throughout the entire cup. Without an overwhelming acidity, we felt strawberry helpfully described the profile we were getting here.

Lemongrass - Lemongrass has a delicate but aromatic nature to it. There are a lot of floral notes in this coffee, due to it being a pink bourbon variety, and we wanted to put that into the spotlight in this coffee.

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about the coffee

the farm


Various Farms* (Los Pinos, La Primavera)

head producer

Edier Perdomo








Farm relationship through origin visit

the bean

processing method

experimental wet process


pink bourbon

what we taste

bakers chocolate • strawberry • lemongrass



about Various Farms* (Los Pinos, La Primavera)

Producer Edier Perdomo is an amazing person, not only when it comes to coffee but in every aspect! He works in Pitalito alongside Cesar, the professor who developed the Pink Bourbon Creation project. Edier has been involved in coffee since the beginning. He initiated his own project in Vereda Chillurco in 2014 and has since developed approximately 8 different coffee varieties, including Gesha, Java, Laurina, Yellow Bourbon, and others. In 2018, he shifted his focus to coffee processing, aiming to revolutionize the coffee processing industry in Huila, which has resulted in amazing outcomes. This lot represents consistency, discipline, and always approaching everything with a smile!

Introducing the Pink Bourbon, known for its robust fermentation process. The beans undergo a 24-hour pre-fermentation in cherry, which kickstarts the flavor development. Following this, a 36-hour aerobic fermentation occurs in bags, nestled in mucilage blankets. Finally, the beans rest on raised beds under the sun for about 15 days. This meticulous process guarantees a tropical getaway for your taste buds – sun-soaked and bursting with flavor!