Notes of limeade, sparkling grapefruit, rooibos tea.
Pink Bourbon's have been having a bit of a moment in the coffee world, especially in Colombia and with this coffee we can absolutely see why. Wildly sweet, fruity, and bursting with complex sugars and acids, we love this coffee, which rounds out the triple pack.
Wilton, who is part mad scientist, part engineer, & part coffee farmer, has been producing coffee for 26 years, 16 years of which he has exclusively been focused on specialty coffee. With the help of his brother, he designs and builds all of the industry leading equipment that he uses to process coffee on his farm. He uses bio-reactors, that he builtfor controlled fermentation, as well as being able to maintain constant control of factors like temperature, pH, and brix. This is no small endeavour and requires a huge amount of dedication to the process. Once the washed parchment has been processed, he transfers the coffee to eco-dryers, again which he built, that run on meagre amounts of electricity, and allow to completely recycle the water that has been removed from the processed coffee.
Andrew had the opportunity to visit Wilton in October of 2023, after meeting him in El Salvador in March of that year and had a phenomenal 3 days at his farm with him & his team. The farm is a beautiful eco-system filled with local species of birds, animals, plants, all the which is surrounded by extremely healthy vegetation amongst one hundred hectares of specialty coffee.