Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling (Monthly Subscription)

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This selected product is specifically for an ongoing monthly subscription! You select the bag weight, bean preference and delivery schedule and you will receive your product every month (and be billed accordingly every month, until cancelled).

NOTE: Split orders (receive half on the 1st of the month and the remaining half on the 15th of the month) are only available on larger 5 lb and 10 lb bag options.

Sumatra is the second-largest island in the Republic of Indonesia. This Sumatra Mandheling is grown on the lofty, volcanic slopes of Mount Leuser, near the port of Padang in west-central Sumatra.

Our main suppliers of FTO Sumatra, KSU Adil Wiladah Mabrur and Koperasi Gayo Mandiri, have used Fairtrade premiums to purchase agricultural tools (weed cutters, machetes, shovels and saws), and invest in environmental education and training (erosion, soil conservation and disposal of waste).

Programs focusing on women’s empowerment are also prevalent, such as supporting women during their pregnancy by purchasing necessary medical tools. They have also made an effort to hire women to do manufacturing work in processing facilities as well as training in financial management.

Giling Basah

The natural drying method used in its production results in a very full body with a concentrated flavor, garnished with herbal nuances and a spicy finish. The coffee has a low acidity and a richness that lingers on the back corners on your tongue. Notes of chocolate are evident in the finish.

Giling Basah, the traditional Sumatran method of processing coffee, involves hulling the parchment off the bean at roughly 50 percent moisture content, versus at the 10 to 12 percent moisture that’s common elsewhere. This unusual practice results in a trademark flavor profile—a low acidity and a richness that lingers on the back of the palate—and gives the beans a signature dark color. Notes of chocolate are also common in the finish.

Cupping Notes

Cedar, sweet tobacco, spicy, chocolate. Winey acidity, consistent, balanced.

Region
Batak Region of West-Central Sumatra, Aceh
Growing Altitude
900-1,600 masl
Arabica Variety
Catimor, Typica
Harvest Period
June–December
Milling Process
Giling basah (wet-hulled), sun-dried
Aroma
Slightly earthy
Flavor
Herbal, Chocolate, Clean Earthy, Woody Notes, Spicy
Body
Medium, rich body
Acidity
Medium

 

Additional information

Weight N/A
Weight

2 lb, 5 lb, 10 lb

Bean Preference

Whole Bean, Ground Course, Ground Fine, Ground Espresso Fine

Delivery Preference

1st of the Month, 15th of the Month, Split Order – 1st and 15th of the Month, No Preference

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