Cherry, blackberry, hazelnut & brown sugar
|Roast Level||Light - Medium|
Acevedo, Huila, Colombia
On the edge of the mountain in Huila, Colombia, Luis Calderon, a 3rd generation coffee farmer, lives with his family. They see the specialty coffee industry as the future of their country.
Luis and his wife have instilled values for the land in their five children. They have all understood that coffee is a sacred plant and dedicate themselves to different tasks within their business, such as marketing, processing, harvesting and directing their farmers.
Luis opted for specialty coffee a long time ago, perhaps even before the specialty became popular in producing countries (a little over 15 years ago). He has been improving its farm production capabilities by recovering little-known varieties like the sl28, Pacamara and Maracaturra, which we hope to bring soon to Pucker Punch's sanctuary.
The beans you will find in your Pucker Punch's bag were harvested 1.600 meters above sea level, giving us otherworldly flavor hints of cherry, blackberry, hazelnut & brown sugar. They come from a coffee plant called Pink Bourbon, known for delivering exotic and excellent quality cups in the industry.