Colombia is one of those countrys that has a lot of different variations when it comes to coffee. This specific one is a pink bourbon, grown in the farm El Progreso, which is owned by Gilberto Bolaños. Gilberto and his family of three sons and wife, started their farm by growing short-cycle crops, like corn, beans and avocados, 20 years ago. Then they moved on to coffee by growing 1 hectare of the variaty Caturra. Since about six years back, Gilberto are now growing the variaties Pink Bourbon and Geisha, due to climate change and the fall of prices in coffee. Those variaties are better in quality and flavors with the soil on their farm, so it gives them more stability and has improved the familys income a lot.