Wilmer Galindez NAPOLES PINK BOURBON - WASHED Colombia
Wilmer Galindez NAPOLES PINK BOURBON - WASHED Colombia

This is the main harvest from Wilmer Galindez, whose Mitaca lot as also purchased in the fall. This selection, however, is a 100% Pink Bourbon separation. In the cup we find pink lemonade, strawberry, and rose.


Pink Bourbon


Lavaderos, San Agustín, Huila


1,950 masl


Main; February, 2022


Hand picked at peak ripeness. Floated to further remove defects. Depulped immediately after harvest, and dry fermented for 38 hours. Dried on raised beds for 22 days.


Wilmer's heartfelt story is a joy to tell. Eight years ago, when Wilmer was only 20, his mom and sister abandoned the family farm due to debts incurred following the passing of Wilmer's father. Wilmer stayed behind, and within 3 years he had recuperated the farm and paid back almost all of the debts his family owed. His mother and sister then returned to the farm and requested that Wilmer return it to their possession. Despite all of the work he had put in, he accepted their request. Taking on personal debt, he purchased a small three hectare (~7.4 acres) lot a few hundred meters from his family's original farm. This lot was relatively untouched mountain jungle that he, over the next 4 years, cultivated and planted 3,000 trees of San Bernardo, 1,700 trees of Pink Bourbon, and 2,000 trees of Tabi. It is an honor to be the first roaster to bring his coffees to the international market.


Pink Bourbon is a variety known for the complexity of its acidity and fruit characteristics. The physical look of the seeds and plant, along with its rather distinct flavor profile, point towards it being some sort of Ethiopian Landrace variety. However, to our knowledge Pink Bourbon has not yet been genetically tested, so we cannot say with certainty what exactly it is. Working with our partners at World Coffee Research we hope to have this variety tested in the near future.

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