This light roasted coffee features a pecan and coconut aroma. When brewed it has a juicy body and acidity of red bell pepper. Look for notes of Earl Grey and dark chocolate, with a mulberry sweetness and a dash of cumin in the finish.
Altitude: 4600 - 4920 feet
Notes: Earl Grey, Mulberry, Cumin
“Batak” refers to the ethnic group of people who live around Lake Toba in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Much of this coffee was produced by smallholder Batak farmers whose farms are at altitudes of about 1400-1500 meters.
The coffee is handpicked and then wet-hulled and dried in greenhouses on cement. Meticulous quality control makes for a far more refined coffee that what is typical for coffees from Sumatra; this Batak is less earthy and far sweeter than your average coffee from Lintong.