Colombia, Laboyano


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Laboyano is the top quality lot carefully curated by our sourcing partners, The Coffee Quest, at their washing station in Pitalito, southern Huila. The name of this coffee comes from the Laboyano’s Valley, as the area around the city of Pitalito is called. The term Laboyano is, indeed, the colloquial Spanish word to refer to people from this region. So, the name is a tribute to the hard work of several dedicated Laboyanos who produce these high quality coffee varieties, which includes a generous amount of Pink Bourbon.

The cup offers a quintessential Huila profile, defined by a brown butter sweetness and creamy texture accented by a tart fruity acidity. Aromatic flavors of Amareno cherry, red grape, cola, and brown sugar, comingle to create a complex, yet balanced cup of coffee.

This lot is comprised of top quality single farmer lots that have each been cupped, graded against strict physical requirements and then strategically blended by The Coffee Quest's head buyer. All lots are fully traceable and producers are paid fair and transparent prices based on quality. 

Terroir Information – Single Origin


Pitalito Washing Station


Huila, Colombia


1600 – 2000 masl


Caturra, Colombia, Castillo, Tabi, Pink Bourbon


Nov-Jan 2021/22

Harvest Method

Hand Picked (Selective)

Processing Method

Parchment-dried via fermentation

Drying Method

Patio dried

Export Grade

Specialty Type 1

Please note, if you are signing up for a subscription for our Colombian coffee, the farm/lot name may change throughout the year as we receive new harvest lots. We aim to sources coffee with similar flavor profiles harvest to harvest. 

Don't own a grinder? Don't own a good grinder? Not a problem, let us expertly grind the coffee for you depending on the method with which you brew. We roast, grind and package your coffee to order, so it gets to you just a few days after roasting. We do recommend to consume pre-ground coffee within 2 weeks after opening to experience maximum freshness of flavor. 

Espresso (Fine) - best for home espresso machines, moka pot and some Aeropress recipes

Pour Over (Med-Fine) - best for single cup pour over methods with 2-3 min brew times: V60, Kalita, Malita, Clever, etc

Drip (Medium) - best for auto-drip makers and larger pour overs with 4-6 min brew times such as Chemex

French Press (Med-Coarse) - best for French press and cold brew methods.