Coffee From Sumatra Is One Of The Primadonna Coffee
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There was interesting some time ago. In addition to Indonesia being the guest of honor opening the expo, coffees from the archipelago also attracted quite a lot of attention from coffee lovers at the event. Several coffees that are in the spotlight include single-origin from the island of Java, and also Sumatran coffees.
About Sumatra Coffee
If we talk about Sumatran coffee and Indonesia in general, then we probably need to look a little further to the historical line. During the Dutch colonialism era, Indonesian coffees were one of the important commodities that colonialists often brought abroad either as merchandise or crops. On a note, it is said that Japan can also recognize coffee because Dutch ships carrying coffee from Indonesia at that time stopped at the ports of Tokyo and Kyoto.
In general, Indonesian coffees have a distinctive character and taste, such as herbal and earthy. Likewise with Sumatra coffee. It’s just that coffees from this island tend to be more intense and complex, so for coffee fans who don’t really like the sweetness and juicy character, Sumatran coffees are considered suitable.
Details about coffees from Sumatra can be listened to as follows.
The Gayo Highlands in Aceh has long been known as a producing area for quality coffee, even in Indonesia. Most of the production is Arabica, although there are also types of Robusta that are processed. However, the number of Robusta is not as much as Arabica.
In 2019, Gayo coffee received a Fair Trade certificate from the non-profit organization Fairtrade International. In October of the same year, Gayo coffee also received the highest score at the Indonesian Specialty Coffee Auction which further marked this region’s coffee as one of the best organic coffees in the world.
Gayo Highlands, which includes 3 districts namely, Aceh Tengah (Takengon), Bener Meriah, and Gayo Lues. The planting height ranges from 1200 – 1700 masl.
Complex and quite difficult if you have to define only one note in this coffee because all the characters tend to be balanced. No taste dominates. The body is medium, the acidity is well balanced and the after taste is quite long. One of the strengths of Gayo coffee is also its fragrant and delicious aroma.
Lintong coffee seeds were brought by the Dutch colonial for the first time around 1888. The location of coffee cultivation at that time was concentrated in areas around the Bukit Barisan mountains, near Lake Toba which had an ideal height for the growth of coffee trees.
The coffee-growing areas are generally located around Lintong Nihuta District, Humbang Hasundutan Regency. Therefore, the term Lintong coffee was taken from the word Lintong Nihuta. Since a long time ago, Lintong coffee has been one of the favorite coffee drinkers in Europe because of its strong taste and distinctive aroma.
the area around Humbang Hasundutan district, namely Lintong Nihuta district (1,400-1,450 masl), Dolok Sanggul sub-district (1,450-1,600 masl), and around Lake Toba.
Thicker body, herbal notes, low acidity. Sometimes, this coffee also has a sweetness like dark chocolate.
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