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Flor Marina Betancourt - Colombia Pink Bourbon

Sweet & Tart

Light-Medium Single Origins

This coffee from Huila, Colombia is a stunner, with gorgeous lime acidity and the kind of peach tea flavors you don't often find outside of African coffees.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light-Medium

Tasting Notes

Citrus

Spice

Ripe Fruit

Origin

Country Of Origin

Colombia

Sub Region

Huila

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

As friends and coffee roasters, Kimberly and Sara shared both a love for coffee and concerns about the state of its supply chain. While it was easy to find women doing manual labor on farms and working as baristas they felt, when it came to positions of power, suddenly everything was male. They took matters into their own hands in 2021 and formed Sightseer which sources 100% from women producers.

Location

Austin, TX

Fun Fact

There’s not really a rhyme or reason to the names of Sightseer’s coffees. It’s just that, it’ll make sense when you drink it.

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About the Roaster

Sightseer

Austin, TX

As friends and coffee roasters, Kimberly and Sara shared both a love for coffee and concerns about the state of its supply chain. While it was easy to find women doing manual labor on farms and working as baristas they felt, when it came to positions of power, suddenly everything was male. They took matters into their own hands in 2021 and formed Sightseer which sources 100% from women producers.
Fun Fact
There’s not really a rhyme or reason to the names of Sightseer’s coffees. It’s just that, it’ll make sense when you drink it.