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El Mirador

Wilder Lasso

Flavours of hops, hibiscus tea, red apple
Body     Acidity

Roasted omni for filter and espresso

A refined washed Pink Bourbon with an unusual hoppy profile.


This lot by Wilder Lasso has a softer character than our previous VS feature (Aricha Natural Anaerobic). It feels humble and delicate, with a distinctive floral and hoppy flavour profile that we don’t often taste on Pink Bourbons. These traits put this coffee a step higher from our usual single origins, earning a spot in our VS collection.


While Wilder grew up in a coffee-producing family, he never really got into it. He just played under the trees on the farm and eventually left to study and work as a veterinarian. He’d ‘see’ coffee “only in the mornings and with panela sugar, always.”

One day, his dad called him to say he was tired and ill, ready to sell the coffee farm, but he wanted to share his feelings with him before doing anything. Nostalgia and memories filled Wilder’s mind, and to his own surprise, he told his dad, “no, don’t sell it. I’ll take charge of the farm. I’ll manage it. I’ll take care of your coffee.”

So, around 2017, he left for San Adolfo, Acevedo, Huila, and invested his savings in regenerating the old estate, called El Diviso. Starting from almost zero, but with a scientific approach, he took all the wisdom he could: Cupping classes, lessons about soil and plant properties, visits to other producing countries…

The quality of the coffee rose very soon after applying his knowledge, becoming a known name in the specialty coffee market produced in San Adolfo. He expanded to other farms like El Mirador, where this coffee was grown, and keeps adding exotic varieties and experimental processes to the family brand—Café Tocorá—in which brothers, mother and dad are involved.

“I don’t add panela sugar to my coffee anymore,” says Wilder. No wonder!

(Head to Café Banna and apply your translator to read about Wilder’s story in his own words, from back in 2018. Really nice.)


This microlot is 100% Pink Bourbon, a varietal currently under research to determine its true origin. It’s an endemic hybridization of Red and Yellow Bourbon, said to have originated in San Adolfo, right where El Mirador is located.


This coffee grew at ~1700 m.a.s.l. in volcanic ash soil.

Once the cherries achieved full ripeness, they were floated and hand-sorted to remove any defects. Then, they went through 30 hours of under-water fermentation, then pulped and gently washed to remove parchment. Finally, the cherries (beans) were dried in temperature-controlled conditions until reaching an ideal moisture content, under Wilder’s directions.


Time to brew and have a good time (beware of our new recommended window!). Check out any brewing notes below, add your own or talk to us via email/Instagram about tips and guidance. Enjoy!

All the images and information about this coffee and its producers have been kindly shared by the importer, Cofinet, and edited by us, Sample Coffee (unless linked to or credited otherwise).


All the images and information about this coffee and its producers have been kindly shared by the importer, Cofinet, and edited by us, Sample Coffee (unless linked to or credited otherwise).

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Wilder Lasso




San Adolfo, Huila


1700-1750m above sea level


Pink Bourbon





Roast style


Map showing location of Colombia El Mirador Wilder Lasso


Pink Bourbon varietal

Cultivated from hybridization of Red and Yellow Bourbon. It’s very rare, but the producers say it is quite resistant to rust. Pink and Orange Bourbons are very difficult to produce with consistency.

The location

Coffee from Colombia

Colombia is one of the largest coffee producers in the world and benefits greatly from having one of the most unique and complex set of micro-climates of all coffee producing nations.

The Huila region of Colombia

This region boasts the perfect combination of high quality soil and geography and is quickly becoming one of the largest coffee producing regions in Colombia. One of the best regarded regions for high quality, fruit driven coffee.

Farm processes

Washed process

Machines are used to remove the flesh from the coffee cherry before being fermented in water, washed again, and finally sun dried. This process tends to result in more distinct, cleaner flavours.

Coffee delivery: coffee in resealable bag and farm information card

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