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Not your father's Sumatra. This new generation Sumatra has flavor notes of cacao, cedar and bell pepper with a hint of lavender floral notes.
A cup that is very clean and balanced while still providing the body one expects from Indonesia.
COFFEE REVIEW - SUMATRA MUTU BATAK 94 POINTS #9 Coffee - 2018.
Ken Davids of Coffee Review in his 94 POINTS - March 2018 assessment describes our Sumatra Mutu Batak as: Deeply, refreshingly pungent and earthy. Grapefruit zest, dark chocolate, candied ginger, graham cracker, moist fresh-fallen leaves in aroma and cup. Structured around complexly layered tart, sweet and savory tastes; plush, syrupy mouthfeel. Sweet, deeply flavor-saturated finish.
...A fine Sumatra, simultaneously expressing the pungent, full, resonantly earthy genius of the type, while lifting it with refreshing lightness and complex vivacity.
Ken Davids of Coffee Review in his 94 POINTS - July 2016 assessment describes our Sumatra Mutu Batak as: "Complex, sweetly rich. Pungent grapefruit, sweet violet, almond brittle, pipe tobacco, fragrant sandalwood in aroma and cup. Juicy acidity; lightly syrupy, buoyant mouthfeel. The crisply rich, long finish retains a pretty combination of violet and tobacco tones."
...This exceptional coffee was selected as the #29 coffee on Coffee Review’s list of the Top 30 Coffees of 2016...
Wet Hulling Process:
Wet hulling, or giling basah, is the traditional method used in Indonesia. And although both the name and the method are very similar to wet processing, the cup characteristics are incredibly different.
Further information, After the coffee is dried to 12 to 13% moisture content in the greenhouses, the coffee will be delivered to the warehouse in Medan. It is inspected and graded again upon arrival to ensure no errors were made during processing. The coffee is then warehoused for 2 months. Then it goes through the final grading, hand sorted, bagged and ready for export.