• Colombia
  • October - January

Colombia Finca El Diviso Sidra Natural 2023

$11.74/lb$763.10/65lb box
  • Flavor: Raspberry, White Grape, Berry, Kiwi, Passion Fruit, Apple, Tart
  • Body: Medium
  • Acidity: Bright
  • Process: Natural
  • Moisture: 10.90%
  • Packaging: 65lb box
Cup Score: 88.75
Cupping Date: Nov '22

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El Diviso Natural Sidra Varietal

In the south of Huila, Jose Uribe Lasso founded Finca El Diviso as a way to discover new methods of improving Colombia coffee quality. The Lasso family rigorously experiments with processing and fermentation with different microorganisms in hopes of achieving unique, traceable cup profiles with international recognition. El Diviso is high up in Pitalito at 1,750masl. Here, the Lasso family cultivates Pink and Yellow Bourbon, Sidra, Geisha, and Tabi varietals.


Sidra, also sometimes referred to as Sydra or Bourbon Sidra, is a rare Arabica varietal that has shared the spotlight on the world stage with highly coveted exotics like Geisha and Sudan Rume. However, its origins aren’t well-documented and attempts to decipher its genetics have led to contrasting results. Many agree that Sidra was first developed in Ecuador and shares a sweet cup profile comparable to Ethiopian landrace varietals.


What does Sidra coffee taste like?

Natural processing highlights Sidra’s fruity character, and this Sidra Colombia green coffee from El Diviso is bursting with tropical fruit, blueberry, and vanilla notes. The explosive acidity is evocative of juicy peaches soaked in syrup, adding to a complex cup profile that finishes with a prolonged red fruit aftertaste.


Colombia Huila Green Coffee Beans

The Huila region is always a favorite when it comes to Colombian coffee. In addition to high-quality – and often award-winning – green coffee beans, Huila is also celebrated for its distinctly delicate cup profile that features bright acidity, sweetness, and a fragrant aroma.


As Colombia’s largest specialty coffee-producing department, Huila’s nutrient-rich volcanic soil bears highly anticipated unroasted coffee each year for the global market. Most Colombian coffee farmers are smallholders. Over half a million farmers collectively contribute around 16% of the country’s agricultural GDP. Read more in our Colombia Origin Report.


Region Bruselas - Pitalito, Huila

Altitude 1750


Finca El Diviso, Lasso Family , Lohas Beans


Bourbon Sidra




October - January