Indonesia – Sumatra. Ache Gayo – Pantan Musara Mill – Ateng, Bor Bor, Catimor, and Timor. Washed.
Tastes of: Key lime pie, blackcurrant, brown sugar
We are excited to share our first washed Sumatran coffee from the northern region of Ache Gayo, processed in the Takengon’s Pegasing district. What sets this coffee apart is not only it’s high quality, but it’s washed process, a rarity due to Sumatra’s humid climate – where natural processing dominates. Cherries are grown in rich volcanic soil of the Ache region, here farm land is owned by various smallholding farmers, with up to 80% prodcution from female owned lots. Cherry is collected and processed at a central processing unit, where coffee is depulped and fermentation for up to 36 hours before a thorough washing. This unique coffee is characterised by clean, sweet flavors with a tart berry acidity.