This coffee is easy to drink with a fruity twist. Brought to you from Atu Lintang in Sumatra. Part of a collection of 600 farmers who work together to not only produce amazing coffee but to grow fruit and vegetables to eat and sell at local markets.
This coffee is processed through a method called Giling Basah, when translated this means wet grinding or wet hulled. Processing this way removes the cherry before the bean is left to ferment in water for 12 hours and dried before deportation.
The way the farmers come together to grow their coffee, fruit and vegetables then take them to market, reminds us of life today. So many small businesses are collaberating to support their community
Tasting Notes –
Peppercorn | Chocolate | Smoked Tobacco