Organic Sumatra Mandheling

(2 customer reviews)

£9.00 or from £8.10 / month

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Revel in the big notes of dried fruits, spice and milk chocolate topped off with a creamy finish.

Speciality Coffee Association Score

SCAA: 84

Heritage
  • Permata Gayo Mandheling, Aceh Province, Sumatra, Indonesia
  • Fairtrade and Organic
  • Single origin
  • 100% Arabica, Speciality Coffee
  • 2012 smallholder members, the average size of 2.5 hectares per farm.
  • Galling-Basah Process. Grade 1.
  • Altitude: 1200-1600m
  • Varietals: Tim-tim, Bourbon & Ateng

Organic Sumatra Mandheling coffee description

Revel in the big notes of dried fruits, spice and milk chocolate topped off with a creamy finish. Founded in 2006 with the aim of guaranteeing traceability along the supply chain, Permata Gayo manages all aspects of coffee production, improving both consistency and quality.

The Galling-Basah process is unique to Sumatra and involves three steps, depending on moisture content: ‘Gabah’, wet parchment coffee which is dried immediately and hulled; ‘Labu’, wet green beans at about 30-40% humidity; and finally, ‘Assalan’, which is exported at 12-13% humidity.

This process produces a deep blue or green hue to the raw coffee, creating a special cupping profile.

Volume

How many cups of coffee can I enjoy from the bag size purchased? Of course, these amounts will vary depending on how strong you like your coffee, how you brew your coffee and finally how big your cup is!

cup

250g – 15 cups

Avg price per cup: £ 0.57

500g – 30 cups

Avg price per cup: £0.55

1Kg – 60 cups

Avg price per cup: £0.53

2 reviews for Organic Sumatra Mandheling

  1. Robert

    This is the perfect coffee for me. A strong and dark roast, best I have had and decided to subscribe monthly. Thank you.

  2. Cathy Almond (verified owner)

    Loved both the flavour and the strength of this coffee. I like it both black and as a latte. (For me to like coffee black is saying something – it’s rare that I enjoy the raw flavour that much). I guess this is the difference between carefully grown, selected, imported and roasted artisan coffee, and mass-produced cheaper products?

    • Michelle

      Thank you very much for your amazing review Cathy!

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