- 140 YEARS
- BUNDLES & HARDWARE
- CHOC & CHAI
Escape to Indonesia this Winter with our Sumatra Gayo Supreme Limited Edition Seasonal Single.
A rich cup with notes of blackcurrant, cedar, spice and leather. Heavy body and grapefruit acidity carries through a dark chocolate finish.
In espresso earthy characteristics are more pronounced with sugars dominating.
Region: Ache Tengah, Sumatra
Altitude: 1915 Metres
Process: Organic Wet Hulling
Founded in 1995, the Koperasi Baitul Qiradh Baburrayyan (KBQB) collective comprises of 106 villages across two districts, where the cooperative and all its' facilities are owned by the 7,824 farmer members who sustainably grow in small family-owned gardens that average one hectare in size. There is deep environmental respect that it all begins with the earth that supports their coffee bushes.
Producing some of the best coffee in the world, their Arabica coffee is grown in the steep wooded slopes of Central Aceh’s highland in Northern Sumatra, a mountainous region it’s known for its’ high altitudes, rich soils and tropical climate.
“We used to do coffee farming traditionally, like our forefathers, but now we have become professionals. The cooperative taught us how to do organic farming based on knowledge and skills. This knowledge helps us increase our productivity and quality,” says Sobur from KBQB.