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Jitterz Coffee Roasters

Colombia, Chiroso, El Diviso

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A true Ethiopian landrace varietal, as detected by the Coffee World of Research; however, this comes to us from the Huila region in Colombia. Let's get this out of the way quickly; this coffee is wild. Caturra Chiroso, as described by Nestor Lasso, is classified as an Anaerobic Natural. What does this mean? It is terminology for distinctly processing coffee. Nestor Lasso and his team process coffee by taking the picked coffee cherries from the tree, hand sorting them, and placing them in sealed cans for 80 hours at 35 degrees Celsius. They then spray a saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast type T58 onto the cherries. This yeast is commonly used in the beer brewing industry to strengthen beer profiles. Stop right there. Say what? Yes, and as wild as that sounds, it is as wild as this coffee taste. In the cup, we find a loud berry characteristic that could very well lead to raspberry but reminds us of a cherry starburst. As the cup continues to cool, nuances like mango and rose will come alive for an experience that will make you wonder what you just drank.

More Information about El Diviso by Nestor Lasso:

Coffee Variety, Ethiopian Landrace

Process, Anaerobic Natural

Harvest, June 2023

Arrival To States, November 2023

Arrival At Roastery, December 2023

Roast Insight:

Level, Light

Weight Loss, 11.42%

Color, 30 *Espresso Vision

Color, 108 *Agtron Gourmet Conversion

Projected to be out of stock in August.

Regular price $35.00
Regular price Sale price $35.00
Wholesale Price Sold out


Ethiopian Landrace


Pitalito, Huila, Colombia


Pitalito, Huila, Colombia

The region describes where the beans were planted, grown, and harvested.


Ethiopian Landrace

The varietal refers to the type of coffee plant that produced the bean.


1800 m MASL

MASL is short for "Meters Above Sea Level". Altitude plays a big role in shaping the flavor of the beans.