Sumatra, Gayo

Sumatra, Gayo

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A distinctive and aromatic coffee from the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.

12oz bag > Shipping included.

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crop to cup bio

Tasting notes: Dark Chocolate | Cherry | Aromatic Wood

Single-Origin: Gayo Highlands, Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia

Varietal: Ateng, Tim-Tim

Elevation: 4900 - 5900ft

Process: Wet hulled

Tasting notes: Caramel | Berry | Malt

Single-Origin: Eastern Highlands, Kainantu, Papua New Guinea

Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Arusha

Elevation: 5280ft

Process: Washed and sun-dried

Roaster: Fort Bend Coffee Roasters | Fort Bend, TX

Roast Level: Light/Medium

Details: This complex, yet subtle coffee comes from the Arokara Coop in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. It offers some hints of the deep earthy tones of coffees grown in neighboring Indonesia but it also displays wonderful sweet and fruity notes, like a Central America, which is supported by a bright red wine acidity acidity common with East African coffees. This particular lot is grown at 5280 ft (hence the Mile High name).

Brew: Try it black. Tasty with milk. Perfect for all brewing methods.

Roaster: Fort Bend Coffee Roasters | Fort Bend, TX

Roast Level: Medium/Dark

Details: Produced by a collection of 165 farmers around the town of Takengon in the Gayo Highlands of Aceh, these beans were wet-hulled processed which produces the classic Sumatra flavor profile. Wet hulling is a difficult process to do well. It tends to impart more faults than benefits however, this Gayo lot has an exceptionally clean flavor and shows beautiful deep fruit and chocolate tones with a background of aromatic wood. It is classic Sumatra, refined with a medium to dark roast to accent it's mild acidity and thick body.

Brew: Try it black. Tasty with milk. Perfect for all brewing methods.

crop to cup bio

Tasting notes: Dark Chocolate | Cherry | Aromatic Wood

Single-Origin: Gayo Highlands, Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia

Varietal: Ateng, Tim-Tim

Elevation: 4900 - 5900ft

Process: Wet hulled

Roaster: Fort Bend Coffee Roasters | Fort Bend, TX

Roast Level: Medium/Dark

Details: Produced by a collection of 165 farmers around the town of Takengon in the Gayo Highlands of Aceh, these beans were wet-hulled processed which produces the classic Sumatra flavor profile. Wet hulling is a difficult process to do well. It tends to impart more faults than benefits however, this Gayo lot has an exceptionally clean flavor and shows beautiful deep fruit and chocolate tones with a background of aromatic wood. It is classic Sumatra, refined with a medium to dark roast to accent it's mild acidity and thick body.

Brew: Try it black. Tasty with milk. Perfect for all brewing methods.