Sumatra's Authentic Coffee, Whole Bean Roast
Origin: Indonesia, Batak, Sumatra
Process: Wet Hulled, Sun Dried
Flavors: Almond, Chocolate, Lemongrass
- Net Weight: 10 oz
- Storage: Store in a cool, dry place
- 100% Recyclable packaging
Sumatra coffee is a type of coffee that is grown on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is known for its bold, full-bodied flavor and low acidity. Sumatra coffee is often described as having a deep, earthy flavor with notes of chocolate, nuts, and spice, and a smooth, syrupy finish.
Sumatra coffee is grown in the highland regions of the island, at altitudes ranging from 1,000 to 6,000 feet above sea level. The coffee plants are grown in a mix of sun and shade, and are often intercropped with other crops such as bananas, citrus, and avocados.
Sumatra coffee is typically harvested by hand, and is wet processed, meaning that the coffee cherries are fermented to remove the outer layers of fruit before the beans are dried and roasted. The resulting coffee is known for its bold, full-bodied flavor and low acidity, making it a popular choice for drip and espresso-based drinks. It is also often used as a base for blended coffee drinks, such as mochas and lattes, due to its rich, smooth flavor.