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Indonesia Sumatra Mustafa Kamal C.O.E. Wet-Hulled

Altitude 1600 /

Crop Year 2019 /

Varietal Abyssinia Gayo 1 Typica /

Product Code 6702

About Indonesia Sumatra Mustafa Kamal C.O.E. Wet-Hulled

Indonesia has a long history of producing Arabica coffee and is the third largest Arabica producing country in the world. Despite the long history, Alliance for Coffee Excellence has not to this point held a Cup of Excellence program there. The nation’s diverse island landscapes, unique terroir, and variations of producing methods have attracted buyers of high-quality coffees for decades. This rich diversity of growing condition proves to be a challenging but also a promising new origin to hold Cup of Excellence. The Cup of Excellence program has a well-known reputation for bringing recognition to coffee producers and the fruits of their labor, through rigorous national and international judging processes, while also putting their coffees in front of buyers willing to pay premiums for proven-high-quality coffees. This is the pilot program of C.O.E. in Sumatra, Indonesia. An international jury of coffee professionals from China, Australia, Sumatra, Colombia, The Netherlands, Australia, the United States, Singapore, and South Korea, included in the jury MTC’s Daniel Shewmaker. With a program like this, we can start to see the untapped potentials of Sumatra coffees and judging from experiences of C.O.E. in other origins, we will see the cup quality and premiums paid back to producers getting better each year.

This coffee is from Lentera, Blang kolak, Bebesen, Aceh Tengah and produced organically. This coffee has nice layered structure, long aftertaste and medium to full body. Tastes like green apple, plum, ripe red apple and herbs.