This complex Sumatra produces delicious flavors of black pepper, dark chocolate and malt at medium roast. Typical of this Indonesian coffee, the acidity is low, and the typical earthiness is more subdued and clean-finishing in this cup. Overall, this Organically-Grown and Fairly Traded Sumatra produces a medium bodied cup but seems richer due to the malty flavor note. We guarantee one cup won’t be enough!
Elevation: 1400 to 1600 meters
Milling Process: Wet Hulled
Drying Process: Patio and solar dried machine
Harvest Start Month: September
Harvest End Month: May
This coffee is sourced from the Arinagata cooperative in Takengon. The cooperative is 100% organic and produces approximately 70 tons of coffee each year, with over 2,900 hectares of coffee trees under production at a time. De-pulping takes place on the farms at high elevation, with the parchment making its way down the mountain one bag at a time on specialized motorcycles. Once it reaches the bottom, the parchment is processed further and prepared for export.