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Country: Indonesia, Region: Batak West-Central Sumatra


Growing Altitude: 2,500 - 5,000 ft


Variety: Arabica - Catimor, Typica


Process: Giling Basah (wet-hulled), Sundried


Aroma: Slightly Earthly


Flavor: Herbal, Chocolate, Clean Earthy, Woody Notes, Spicy


Body: Full


Acidity: Low


Cupping Notes: strong cedar notes, consistent, balanced, sweet tobacco, winey, spicy, chocolate


Sumatra is the second largest island of the Republic of Indonesia. Sumatra Mandheling coffee is grown on the lofty volcanic slopes of Mount Leuser near the port of Padang in the Batak region of west-central Sumatra. "Mandailing", spelled here correctly, is technically an ethnic group in Indonesia, not a region, as is Batak


Roasting Type: Medium-Dark - Rich, darker color with some oil on the surface. Bittersweet aftertaste. Flavor and aroma emerge and acidity disappears completely.


Yield: 12 oz bag of whole beans or ground coffee gives 62 cups of 9 oz approximately.


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