Colombia, which has a long land extending from north to south, can harvest coffee all year round.
The main harvest season is summer in the south and winter in the north, and the taste of coffee is characteristic for each region.
Located in the Huila region of southern Colombia, Laflor Farm is a small farm run by Omar Saul.
Omar started a coffee farm about 10 years ago after managing various trees, and has been cultivating pink bourbon for several years.
With the recent introduction of Colombian pink bourbon, many coffee lovers have begun to take an interest in the variety.
Pink bourbon is known as a natural cross between red bourbon and yellow bourbon, and can be found in Colombia, especially in Huila.
Pink bourbons have a lot more mucilage than other breeds.
It is one of the varieties with the largest difference in weight between the cherry state and the parchment state.
This also means that it is more likely to be rich in sweetness.
Harvested cherries are subjected to anaerobic fermentation for about 48 hours, then pulped and dried to a mucilage.
Enjoy the vivid aroma and sweetness of dried fruits and, above all, the clean texture.