Origins: Indonesia

Coffee first came to Indonesia in the late 1600s, when it was planted in Java, and cultivation in Sumatra followed in the 1800s. Since then, Sumatra has become one of the world’s most fabled and unique coffee Origins. Situated on the ring of fire and straddling the equator, Sumatra is graced with beautiful mountains, rich volcanic soils, and many microclimates that are well suited for the growth and production of high quality coffee.

Average production
1 MM
bags
Planted area
60,000
hectares
Producers
75,000
Average farm size
.5-2
hectares
Altitude
1000-1600
meters ASL
Harvest
September-Jan
Our Specialty Coffees

84.25

REGION: North Sumatra

ELEVATION: 1,500 meters ASL

VARIETY: Jember, Ateng, Onang Ganjang

PROCESSING: Semi-washed

FLAVOR: Fig, lemon, cocoa nibs

BODY: Mild

ACIDITY: Delicate

Coffee HARVESTING OCT-DEC 2016

87.25

REGION: Sumatra – Lintong

ELEVATION: 1,500-1999 meters ASL

VARIETY: Sigararutan, Onang Ganjang and Lasuna

PROCESSING: Semi-washed

FLAVOR: Red grape, herbal, grilled pineapple, grapefruit bitters

BODY: Balanced

ACIDITY: Clean