SUMATRA MANDHELING COFFEE (INDONESIA)

$9.84

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This Sumatra coffee has low acidity, earthy tones, some dark chcolate and deep flavors.

In early days, the prominent coffee under Dutch rule was Arabica. The coffee was introduced to the archipelago via Ceylon (modern day Sri Lanka). The Dutch Colonial Government initially planted coffee around Batavia (Jakarta), and as far south as Sukabumi and Bogor. Coffee plantations were also established in East Java, Central Java, West Java and in parts of Sumatra and Sulawesi.

What our customers say...

Prepare in press pot. One of my favorites. Flavor according to description.

Rated by Frances Caldwell

Great coffee and has a nice aroma to me. It has a hint of a chocolaty taste. Great in a coffee press.

Rated by Christina Kenyon
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