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Roast level: Light

Sumatra Wonosari

Rated 89/100 based on 11 customer reviews

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Description

Volcanic and earthy with bittersweet chocolate and subtle raisin notes.

Altitude: 4200-4500 feet

Varietal: Jember, Alteng, Typica

Region: Bener Meriah, Aceh, Wonosari

Producer: SariMakmur TunggalMandiri

Story

Aceh Province, located north of Sumatra Island in Indonesia is known to produce one of the most remarkable coffees in the world. This lot is produced by a group of farmers in Bener Meriah district of Aceh in the Wonosari zone. Some farmers hand pulp the cherries while others send to collectors to pulp. The goal is to have one pulping machine in proximity to a few farmers to be shared; that way they can pulp their own cherries and can increase their profit margins. Over the last 5 years, continuous education and training to farmers through collectors have resulted in increased quality in the Wonosari supply chain. The yield has slowly increased which in turn provides a better life for farmers as well as collectors. Even in seasons when yields are lower than usual, the quality still stands out in this special coffee- which makes this a successful project for everyone involved. 

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Overall
Rated 40/100
October 27, 2016
Not a real Sumatran Mandheling
I've had Sumatra Mandheling beans from several different roasters, and these are not Sumatra beans, unfortunately. Sumatran beans are prepared using a process called Giling Basah that keeps in more of the moisture (up to 50%, as compared to around 12% for most coffee beans). You can see this very obviously when you look at the roasted beans: they have a very oily sheen to them, and a very earthy aroma. The beans I ordered were dry as a bone and did not have that earthy aroma.

Which is a pity, because these would otherwise be the least expensive Sumatran Mandheling beans that I'd found. But I suppose that low price should have been a warning flag. :(

All that said, they're not horrible beans; I'd rate them as mediocre.

Overall
Rated 80/100
August 30, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling
I prefer the fruitier coffes

Overall
Rated 100/100
August 16, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling

Overall
Rated 60/100
March 6, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling
This batch of coffee was far below what I have been used to getting from you. Usually, Nothing but the best. What has happened

Overall
Rated 100/100
February 16, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling

Overall
Rated 100/100
February 9, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling
We drink nothing else.

Overall
Rated 100/100
January 18, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling

Overall
Rated 100/100
January 14, 2010
Sumatra Mandheling
My husband and I love the Sumatra. We have it shipped all the way to Virginia because there is just nothing that can compare!

Overall
Rated 100/100
December 24, 2009
Sumatra Mandheling

Overall
Rated 100/100
December 17, 2009
Sumatra Mandheling
I think I have found the coffee for me for normal usage. Love the holiday blend for now, but every day I think this will be my regular

Overall
Rated 100/100
December 17, 2009
Sumatra Mandheling

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