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Arabica Variety: Tim-Tim

Growing Altitude: 1.200-1.600 m

Crop: May-July 2017

Process: Natural, Dry-hulled

Roast Level: Medium

Cup Characteristic: light earthy notes with a full body and smooth aftertaste. Mild in acidity, has caramel fruity tastes and bittersweet spicy

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Gayo, which also means nice, is an ethnic group with their own language, a strong music and dance culture, and a society of highly educated scholars. The Gayo tribe has a population of 85.000 and they live predominantly in the scenic, pine studded mountainous region of Aceh province on the island of Sumatera, accessible only by road and hence fairly remote. Also known as Urang Gayo, they have traditionally been rice farmers and traders.

Aceh Gayo Arabica Coffee comes from the Gayo highlands, where the superb tropical volcanic soil provides a unique earthly, deep, rich taste. The crop is organically grown without fertilizers and is widely known as “green beans” for being environmentally friendly. The people of Central Aceh developed the skill of coffee planting with the arrival of Dutch East Indies to the area around 1904.

Grown above 1.200 meters, Gayo semi-washed Arabica coffee has thrived and is consistently rated as one of the best among Indonesia’s many coffee growing regions. This lot has been hand-sorted a third time before export, hence it is called Triple Pick. This coffee has a light earthy notes with a full body and smooth aftertaste. It is mild in acidity, has caramel fruity tastes and bittersweet spicy.

 

Roasted beans

50 gr

250 gr

1 kg

2.40 €

7.70 €

28.80 €

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