Colombia El Diviso huila Lavato
Colombia El Diviso huila Lavato
Specialty Coffee in grani Colombia El Diviso
Specialty Coffee in grani Colombia El Diviso
Specialty Coffee in grani Colombia El Diviso
Specialty Coffee in grani Colombia El Diviso
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COLOMBIA - EL DIVISO - WASHED

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Colombia El Diviso is a very sweet and aromatic coffee, pleasant in any situation. It is hand-picked (like all Specialty Coffees) in the Huila area and has a round and harmonious taste, with notes of fruit and a light and pleasant acidity. A truly extraordinary coffee.
Sensory writing
GCB Score: 87.25 points out of 100

Sensory profile: Round and harmonious
Aroma: Apricot, tangerine
Taste & Body: Brilliant acidity, very sweet and medium-bodied
Note: Spicy, aromatic, floral

 technical description
Package weight 250g
Origin Colombia
Area Huila
Cooperative / Farm El Diviso
Microlot OMEGA
Altitude 1700m
Variety Pink Bourbon
Process Washed
Humidity 10,7%
Density 750g / l

 

Full description

The Huila region is particularly suitable for specialty coffees also thanks to its high altitude and variable microclimates, it offers large changes in temperature between day and night, which slow down the ripening of the drupes. These factors give very intense, sweet and complex cups, but at the same time great challenges when it comes to growing coffee in this region. Cool temperatures and high humidity make drying coffee a very difficult task. The Pink Bourbon variety is a hybrid of Yellow and Red Bourbon and is found almost exclusively in the Huila region and its surroundings. The name derives from the color of its drupes when they are ripe. It is an oxidation resistant variety, with a good yield without the need for too much fertilizer. The taste is reminiscent of Ethiopian coffees for its bright floral and fruity notes. In this case Arnulfo Hoyos (the producer) does a "wash" with anaerobic fermentation and is then dried in the sun and indoors in a "marquesina" (a kind of greenhouse with raised beds inside).

 

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