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Sumatra Wahana Estate - SuperSonic
Sumatra Wahana Estate - SuperSonic

Sumatra Wahana Estate - SuperSonic

TASTING NOTES

Peach
Melon
Sweet Spice

Roasters Notes:
Juicy and full bodied. Not your classic Indonesian coffee 

COUNTRY - Sumatra
REGION Sidikalang, North Sumatra
ALTITUDE - 1400- 1900 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Bourbon, Typica, Catimor
PROCESSING METHOD - SuperSonic Natural

Its been years since we've had an Indonesian coffee that fits our criteria for specialty coffee to share with our customers. Often coffees from Indonesia have flavor taints, due to the somewhat unusual processing techniques common there.
Its common to find cups that taste of earth or dirt, funky flavors reminiscent of mushroom or the forest floor, none of which fit our criteria of being clean, sweet and distinctly unique, until now.

Established in 2005, Wahana Estate continues to develop and grow. It has introduced a system, whereby, the freshly picked cherries are delivered to the mill for centralised, controlled processing. Indonesian coffees used to be characterised by harsh earthiness and over fermentation due to coffees being processed differently by each small holder.
These lots were then sold to collectors before being cleaned and graded by exporters. What Wahana Estate seeks to do is to create a streamlined and uniformed process that brings consistency to the cup. Wahana Estates coffee has been featured at several World Coffee Championships

COFFEE DETAILS

COUNTRY - Sumatra
REGION Sidikalang, North Sumatra
ALTITUDE - 1400- 1900 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Bourbon, Typica, Catimor
PROCESSING METHOD - SuperSonic Natural

ABOUT THIS COFFEE

Its been years since we've had an Indonesian coffee that fits our criteria for specialty coffee to share with our customers. Often coffees from Indonesia have flavor taints, due to the somewhat unusual processing techniques common there.
Its common to find cups that taste of earth or dirt, funky flavors reminiscent of mushroom or the forest floor, none of which fit our criteria of being clean, sweet and distinctly unique, until now.

Established in 2005, Wahana Estate continues to develop and grow. It has introduced a system, whereby, the freshly picked cherries are delivered to the mill for centralised, controlled processing. Indonesian coffees used to be characterised by harsh earthiness and over fermentation due to coffees being processed differently by each small holder.
These lots were then sold to collectors before being cleaned and graded by exporters. What Wahana Estate seeks to do is to create a streamlined and uniformed process that brings consistency to the cup. Wahana Estates coffee has been featured at several World Coffee Championships

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