Lintong, Sumatra 12 oz. bag

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Lintong, Sumatra 12 oz. bag

17.50

Lintong is a coffee growing region on the southern side of Lake Toba, the world’s largest volcanic crater lake, on the Indonesia island of Sumatra. Coffee in this region is farmed by the indigenous Batak people and processed using the Giling Basah (wet-hulled) method, which removes the parchment layer from the seed prior to drying. Lintong is an extremely unique terroir, even when compared to coffees grown on the eastern and northern shores of Lake Toba. Expect a deeply sweet cup with complex herbal and forest notes. This lot is a peaberry separation. 

This coffee is a lighter roast. Fragrance of dry grounds is deeply sweet with notes of molasses, tobacco, and tarragon. Adding hot water brings out herbaceous and bittersweet cocoa aromas. The cup is syrupy, sweet, complex, and full of earthy, forested, boggy exotic-ness; notes of date sugar, burdock root, peat, tobacco, and dried apricot.

This coffee is part of our Farm Gate pricing program.

Origin:   Lintong, Sumatra

Process-type:   Wet-hulled

Varietal:   Typica

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