Flavour notes: Cedar, Soft Tobacco, Black Tea, Lingering Spice and Toasted Bread
Body: High, syrupy
Tasting Experience As a pour-over, cedar notes are exemplified, giving special nuances of soft tobacco. The light woody smokiness of the Indonesian Aged Mandheling boasts itself prominently with spice battered toasted bread flavour notes overlaying the bold flavour notes.
As an Espresso, the creaminess of the cup is the real star. Toasty aromas of cedar and tobacco, reminisce about a good old campfire with your best buds around. A unique fermentation scent can be identified as nuanced black tea.
Farm Information According to the farm's story and area history, coffee first entered Sumatra Island in the Dutch Colonial era in 1830-1870 from Yemen and Malabar. Farms were spread in 2 areas, namely : Angkola , Siripok, South Tapanuli and Pakantan, Mandailing Natal. Later farms popped up in Lintong Ni Huta-Humbahas,Siborong borong-North Tapanuli, Saribu Dolok-Simalungun,Toba Samosir Highland, Sidikalang, Takengon, Aceh and Karo.
ANGKOLA SIPIROK Siripok is a District , as well as the administrative center South Tapanuli, North Sumatra , Indonesia. In the District there are Lakes called Marsabut. Siripok has an area 461.75 KM with a population of 45,825 (2013) and a density of 100 inhabitants/KM . Siripok has 34 Villages, and height districts Angkola and Siripok.
Located in the geographical area of the Barisan Highlands of North Sumatra, at the site of Mount Sorik Marapi and Mount Kalabu, this place has a unique fertile volcanic soil combined with wet climate and is close to the equatorial regions.
Angkola Siripok Mandheling coffee has become one of the most well-known types of coffee. It comes from the region of Angkola, Siripok close to the border in West Sumatra.
Moisture content of Green Coffee: 13.8 %
Packaging Premium White Matte Block Bottom Pouches with One-way valve & Easy-Tear Resealable Zipper. Heat Sealed for extended freshness.