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Sumatra, Indonesia | Silimakota people | Silimakuta refers to a grouping of villages in the Lake Toba region. Silimakuta means “the five villages,” and refers to the five clan families that make up the community. Coffees from this particular region have traditionally been sold as Mandheling
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16oz / 454g - $22.99 Fair Trade Certified / Certified Organic Region: Batak Region of West-Central Sumatra, Aceh Growing Altitude: 900-1600 meters Arabica Variety: Catimor, Typica Harvest Period: June to December Milling Process: Giling Basah (Wet-Hulled), Sun-dried Roast Level: Full City / Dark Aroma: Earthy Body: Full Acidity: Low / Medium Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Earthy, Spicy
Are You Buying Bad Coffee?
The Huffington Post recently wrote a piece insisting most of us don’t know what bad coffee looks like. The article insists that, contrary to what so many of us may think, dark roast coffee is actually bad coffee. I couldn’t help but recall the uber-dark, oily beans that my parents always bought, and how at coffee shops today I always insist on “the darkest roast you have on hand.” But maybe I’m one of those people the author is referring to.
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What You Taste When You Taste Sumatran Coffee
Why is Sumatran coffee so contentious? Coffees in Sumatra are traditionally processed using a method called Giling Basah, or wet-hulling, which results in a coffee that leaves the farm with a much higher moisture content than other methods used more popularly worldwide. Coffee processed this way tend to be described as herbaceous, spicy, wild, mushroomy, funky, earthy, and other things that may or may not sound good to you.
Instagram post by Andri Budhiawan • Oct 8, 2014 at 12:15am UTC
17 Likes, 2 Comments - Andri Budhiawan (@andribdhwn) on Instagram: “Sumatra Mandailing V60 manual brewing. +late post+ #coffee #indonesiancoffee…”