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Origin | Indonesia

Region | Lake Toba, Northern Sumatra 

Farmer(s) | Yudi Sautra 

Variety | Ateng, Timtim

Masl | 1,500-1,700 masl

Process | Wet Hulled

Harvest  | 2023


Indonesia has a long coffee history which dates back to the late 15th century.  Once a Dutch colony, coffee has and continues to play an important role in the growth of the country. With its islands clustered along the equator, Indonesia is geographically well-situated to produce high quality coffee. 


In the North Sumatra Highlands, coffee was first cultivated near Lake Toba in the late 1800s. The area surrounding Lake Toba is about 2,700 km in radius and has a local population of around 172,000 people - all of which have a direct or in-direct connection to coffee production. 


WET HULL, or Giling Basah, is a type of coffee processing that is unique to Indonesia and most often used in the producing regions of Sulawesi and Sumatra.  Indonesia's wet climate makes it difficult to dry coffee for a long period of time. This combination of rain and humidity creates an extremely rich and full-bodied cup profile. Coffee from the Lake Toba region is complex, full of sweet dark fruits, spice, tobacco and rich chocolate. 


Yudi Sautra scored 88 points on the SCA scale, making it our very first PARADISE COLLECTION offering! 


Cup Score | SCA 88

Cup Profile | vanilla tobac, fermented tropical fruit, bright sparkling acidity

Brewing Methods | filter, manual pour-over, press, espresso

Indonesia Yudi Sautra, Wet Hulled

PriceFrom $22.00
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