Indonesian Java Sumatra
Bittersweet Chocolate + Walnuts + Creamy
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Description: If you love a big, bold, and strong cup of coffee, then you’re naturally talking about the iconic name for coffee - Java. Our Indonesian Java Sumatra is a single-origin coffee from the Karo Highlands Region, located on the Indonesia island, Sumatra. The area is known for its rich volcanic soil, thus providing a vibrant and full-bodied coffee without the added brightness. Our Indonesian Java Sumatra is for the coffee lover who proudly appreciates a delicious dark roast.
Pro Tip: Indonesia produces some of the finest gourmet coffees in the world and proper coffee to water ratio is key to creating the perfect and smooth-tasting coffee. Too little water may create a bitter effect. If that happens just add a little more water to your brewing cycle until it’s right for your preference. You can also add more water to your brew cycle if the coffee is too strong for your liking. Tasting notes may give the drinker chocolate, earthy, and nutty flavors with a spicy finish.
Coffee Processing Method: Wet-Hulled
Fact: The process to cultivate coffee was a guarded secret for over 700 years by Arab traders, that is until Dutch merchants were able to steal a coffee plant and/or coffee seeds. By the early 1600s, Dutch merchants had enough information from botanists to cultivate their own coffee plant and establish trade for themselves. By the late 1690s, the East Indian Dutch colony of Java was established, in addition to plantations on the neighboring island colonies of Sumatra. Coffee plantations grew in rapid succession all around the world over the next 300 years, all from that one coffee plant taken by Dutch merchants.
Net WT 12oz/340g