Sumatra Seroja Gayo | semi-washed
Panji, a young entrepreneur based in Aceh, North Sumatra, a mountainous and remote region of Sumatra known for its diverse wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. He started his coffee business by providing processing services out of Gayo, locatedan 8 hours’ drive from Medan..
The Gayo Highlands region of Aceh Province in northern Sumatra is about as rural as you can get in Indonesia. It is a high plateau in the center of the province, and while beautiful, with many coffee and tobacco plantations. Here the coffees harvest twice a year, between March to May and between October to December. It’s geographically impossible to do dry process during the October harvest, as its unfriendly weather throughout the harvest. The soil, micro-climate, and the landscape makes the coffee rich in character, strong body and complex flavours. It belongs to the gourmet category, equal to the class of other world-famous coffees like the Colombian, Panama, Blue Mountain and the Ethiopian.
region: Indonesia, Sumatra, Aceh, Gayo
variety: Ateng Super, Bourbon, Timtim, Longberry
drying: on african beds
Tasting notes: juicy, elegant, grape juice.