Another hit from Aceh!
Grown at 1500 MASL, produced by 300 smallholder farmers, this Tim Tim variety has everything you want in a Sumatran coffee minus the dirty flavors often found in them.Processed traditionally as a wet-hulled coffee, means that this lot had the cherry skin removed and was sun-dried to 25-35% moisture content before hulling. During the hulling, the coffee’s parchment is removed from the seed, and then the lot finishes sun-drying.
Exceptional clean for an Indonesian coffee, we taste cedar, brown sugar, honey and black tea in this coffee.
(the illustration is part of a series by Patrick Hruby highlighting UNESCO World Heritage sites in the countries of origin from which we buy coffee. This is the Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.)