Coffee production in Sumatra began in the 18th century under colonial domination. Most of the coffee is produced around the Lake Toba region, in the subregions of Lintong, Nihuta, Sumbul, and Takengon. Sumatrans are sold as Mandheling, which is simply the Indonesian ethnic group that is most involved in coffee production! Dry-processed Sumatran coffees are the boldest of the Indonesian coffee-growing world. It is low in acid with deep, complex, intense aroma of earth, smoke and spice. There is a tangy, bittersweet and aggressive musty tone in the flavor as well as sweet cinnamon, herby hints, and mildly winey fruit notes in the background. It delivers the expected heavy, deep cup with a thick mouth feel, and lingering tarry aftertaste.
|Dimensions||5 x 8 Inches|