This tasty threesome comprises a trio of bean Colombian brilliance, all sourced from a single farm, Finca Patio Bonito in Caldono, Cauca. They are the results of the hard work and skill of the Trujillo family, and in particular, Señor Carlos. This is a wonderful way to taste the difference in varietal and processing on the finished coffee… these are all from the same family farm.
This collection comprises of the following:
It’s a Grind of Magic
This lot comprises Castillo & Colombia varietals, and has been processed using the classic fully washed method. It’s balanced, juicy, sweet, and really forgiving – an archetypal Colombian, with plenty to suit all brewing methods.
What’s Brew Pussycat?
This coffee is a natural process of exactly the same varietals as the fully washed lot, so it’s a wonderful chance to taste how processing affects flavour. This is fruity, boozy, rich, full-on flavour – think rum & raisin ice cream, Pedro Ximenez sherry and blueberry pie.
Sweet Beans Are Made of This
Most bourbon varietals in the coffee world is red, yellow, or occasionally orange, whereas pink bourbon is probably the rarest of the types. It’s more difficult to grow, low-yielding, and can be susceptible to difficulties and pests, so when we find some, we tend to get pretty excited. We’re even more excited to have this pink bourbon from Señor Carlos back for the second year.
It’s sublime: thus far we’ve tasted raspberry, pink lemonade, champagne, mango, milk chocolate, butterscotch, hibiscus and hints of lavender.