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A lush, juicy Pink Bourbon, bright and tropical. 

For the Camionetta Anoxic processing: The harvest is first washed to remove debris, and to separate low density cherries which float, from the higher quality, denser fruit. The cherries are placed in plastic bags to reduce oxidation post picking, and then transported from Huila to a dedicated processing station, Finca Jamaica in Caldas.

This process takes approximately 72 hours due to the distance, and interestingly the journey acts as a fermentation resting period that allows the cherries to ferment in an anaerobic environment. On arrival at Jamaica, the cherries are washed again and dried on dedicated raised beds until they reach 20 - 25% humidity, before being finished in a parchment powered deep bed mechanical dryer which stays at a consistent 40 degrees until the drying is complete.

Processed By

Carlos Martinez - La Esperanza

Carlos Martínez, 51 years old, is the first coffee grower in his family. Tired of living amid the armed conflict on the border with Ecuador, he decided to enter the world of coffee. In only 2022, together with his family, he decided to embark on the apprenticeship of specialty coffees, since coffee growing has conquered his heart.

At present, on his farm, he has different varieties of coffee, among which are Caturra, Pink Bourbon, Colombia, and Catimor. Their production processes are varied, employing different fermentation methods.

Carlos Martinez and his family are committed to the search for excellence in coffee production. Through their dedication and constant learning, they hope to offer high-quality coffee.

Imported By

Raw Material

Raw Material, a passionate non-profit organization, was born from a deep-seated commitment to transforming specialty coffee into a force for positive change in our industry. They're driven by the belief that coffee should be a solution, not a contributor to the cycle of debt and disadvantage faced by generations of producers. Their dedicated team operates as service providers, standing alongside marginalised coffee-producing communities, making them a promise: to enhance their income, elevate coffee quality, boost yields, and catalyze community initiatives.

They venture deep into the heart of coffee-producing communities across five remarkable countries of origin: Burundi, Rwanda, Mexico, Colombia, and Timor Leste. Their mission is to seek out communities with whom they can collaborate to construct systems that yield top-tier coffee connected to a more stable marketplace. This pursuit is fueled by unwavering commitment to creating meaningful impact, shaping their strategy around the potential to uplift the people, places, and systems within the coffee supply chain.

Raw Material measure impact across three critical dimensions: economic, social, and environmental. The model is founded on empowering individuals within the coffee industry, offering economic freedom through fair pricing, income diversification, and prompt payments. Socially, the aim is to foster the sharing of knowledge throughout the supply chain. Environmentally, they champion responsible practices in coffee cultivation and harvesting. They meticulously gauge the outcomes at both the individual household and community levels, adjusting their approach to continually learn and grow, ensuring their impact reverberates ever more powerfully.

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