Known for its juicy acidity and distinctively black-currant aftertaste, this magical variety is rarely found in Colombia.
The SL28 was discovered in Kenya by the Scott Agricultural Laboratories in 1935. This variety was the highlight among forty-two trees that were included in the study, recognized by its drought-resistant characteristics.
The SL28 belongs to the genetic group of Bourbons and was first planted in La Palma & El Tucan in 2012. There are currently 2.564 trees planted at terroir # 10 at 1.700 m.a.s.l. The SL28 is a medium-size tree characterized by a round and high-dense bean.