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    At a glance

    • Taste: Tangy, Fruity-sweet
    • Flavors: grapefruit, basil (filter); pomegranate, darjeeling (espresso)
    • Process: Washed
    • Variety: Pink Bourbon
    • Origin: Finca Lord Voldemort, Pitalito, Colombia
    • Importer: Latorre & Dutch, Australia

    Harvest: 07.22

    Import Bean


    Our Deiro Garcia coffee is a prime example of a Pink Bourbon from Colombia - a rare variety with a high cup quality. Externally, the variety can be easily distinguished from other varieties, because the coffee cherries ripen pink. The origin of this special color is not entirely clear - the widespread assumption that the variety is a spontaneous cross between Red and Yellow Bourbons does not stand up to genetic testing, and scientific explanations believe that many other varieties are involved. One thing is certain: the cross is difficult to breed and maintain because it relies on a special genetic combination. Successful cultivation rewards all the more with a special tropical fruity and light cup profile, as well as a higher natural resistance to coffee plant susceptibilities, such as coffee rust. If you're interested in the social climate in which emerging coffee farmers in Colombia live, check out this blog!


    Coffee farmer Deiro Garcia, who gives his name to this coffee, is one of a young generation of up-and-coming farmers* who are using innovative farming methods and treatment processes to produce special coffees. This includes the application of microbiological influences to the taste of a coffee. Deiro also applies this approach to the classic preparation processes. He has improved the washed preparation of our coffee with specially developed bacteria and yeast cultures that are used in the 24-hour fermentation in a water bath. And now to the elephant in the room: why is his finca actually called "Lord Voldemort"? The answer is simple. Deiro is a big Harry Potter fan, so he unceremoniously named his farm after the one whose name must not be mentioned. The insider name for this coffee is therefore also clear: "The coffee whose name must not be mentioned". More on coffee farms in Colombia here on the blog.

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