Sumatran coffee is considered legendary by some. Indonesia was first introduced to coffee in the 17th century while it was still under Dutch colonial rule. It was done with intent to break the Arabian monopoly on coffee production and sales, and was the first place outside of Arabia and Ethiopia to widely cultivate coffee.

The variety we offer currently is grown in high altitude areas (about 1500 meters above sea level) in the Jambi Province of Sumatra. The method in which these beans are processed leads to a cleaner flavor, with less earthy tones and more acidity than the typical wet-processed bean.

Drying method: Wet process, Patio Sun-Dried.

Recommend Roast Level: Medium to Dark.

Flavors: Pecan Pie + Burnt Sugar + Caramel