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Sumatra Organic Mandheling CP Select Zoom

Sumatra Organic Mandheling CP Select

Flavor Notes: Earthy and syrupy aroma. Big Body, hints of dark chocolate, and a pleasant lingering finish and low acidity.
Organic, Grade 1, Double Picked (we are noticing a higher number of quakers with this lot.)
*Indonesia - 2018 production was down and 2019 may have similar issues. We are down to our last few pounds of this Organic Sumatra. We do still have our Sumatra Mutu Batak Linton in stock.
SKU: BSM

Availability: Out of stock

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Product Description

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    It's a heavy bodied coffee that tastes best at a darker roast. Mandhelings come from the northern province of Sumatra, the Aceh region. One of the truly famous coffees of the world. Coffee was brought to Sumatra by Dutch settlers.

    This coffee sometimes looks a bit ugly compared to other specialty grade beans (often grading is an indicator of the political situation of the day) but typically it still tastes great. Remember, it's what's in the cup that counts.

    Where most washed coffees are dried, then hulled (parchment removed), Sumatra coffee is unique in that they are hulled wet. Because they are sun-dried they are also subject to rain as well as intense sun. This is part of what give Sumatra Mandheling it's unique character.  Sumatra coffees when used in blends gives body and 'lower end' taste- but having more of a nice 'earthiness' than other Indonesians.

    If Sumatra Mandheling were a musical instrument it would be like a bass clarinet, not quite as clear-toned as a Celebes Kalossi, but more bassy and rich.

Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Type No
    Elevation 3,900 - 5,200 ft
    Farm backyard farms, no chemicals
    Origin Indonesia, PNG, Hawaii
    Farmer thousands of individuals
    City -
    Region Inland, southern coast, northern Sumatra
    Farm Size approx 1 hectare
    Coffee growing area -
    Processing system semi-washed (wet-hulled)
    Variety Typica, Bourbon, S Lini, TimTim, P 88, Ateng, Catimor
    Practices Mostly shade
    Climate Tropical
    Soil Type Volcanic
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