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A Note from the Master: My take on Sumatra Mandheling


You will either love it or hate it. And if you hate it you may even
grow to love our Sumatra Mandheling.

Coffees in Sumatra are traditionally processed using a method called
Giling Basah, or wet-hulling, which results in a coffee that leaves
the farm with a much higher moisture content than other methods used
more popularly worldwide.

I have heard names like herbaceous, spicy, wild, mushroomy, funky,
earthy, and other things that may or may not sound good to you. But this such coffee does have body which translates into smoothness.

There aren’t a lot of people who fall smack in the middle. It will be
a hate/love relationship.

PS: I love it!!

Below is our podcast that talks all about it. Enjoy!

Check out more podcasts from Above the Press


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