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Sumatra Blue Batak - 5 lbs.
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PT's Coffee - Sumatra Blue Batak
Sumatra Blue Batak
$79.92 / 5 lbs.
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Sumatra Blue Batak - 12 oz.
Sumatra Blue Batak
This Sumatran coffee features a peppery pipe tobacco aroma. When brewed, it presents a deep, bitter-sweet chocolate flavor and plum sweetness. It's delicate body fades away with notes of gentle cedar.
The Batak people from Northern and Central Sumatra have been producing coffee around the Lake Toba region since coffee was first brought to Indonesia in the late 1600’s. T
his Blue Batak coffees come from a collaboration of a hundred small holder producers around the end of the lake in the Lintong region. Located at 1200-1600 meters above sea level, the volcanic soil and ideal rainfall levels contribute to deeply intense coffees, with higher acidity levels than other coffees from Sumatra.
Blue Batak coffees are traditionally semi-washed and wet-hulled, where seeds still in their parchment are semi-dried, then stripped and fully dried on outdoor patios. Using the semi-washed and wet-hull process allows for more mucilage, sugars and alcohols to be absorbed into the cell structure of the bean during the drying process. This creates a deeply sweet and fruity coffee.
Full, Round, Gentle
Higher than most Sumatra coffees
Bitter-Sweet Chocolate flavor, Pipe Tobacco and Plum Sweetness
100 small holders and Producers
Batak people from Northern and Central Sumatra
1000- 1600 meters
Lintong Region, Lake Toba
Semi Washed, Wet Hulled process
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