Sumatra Koperasi Usha Tani Gayo
Origin Notes: There are 363 members of the Serba Usaha Qahwah Tanoh Gayo cooperative, 105 of whom are women. The co-op is located in the Aceh Province of Indonesia. Most farms are no more than 10 years old and consistently maintain a high yield; the rich volcanic soil, desirable elevation, and proper balance of shade trees throughout the farms prove a direct positive effect on the coffee. Once harvested, all coffee is Wet-Hulled, sun-dried, and cupped by the co-op's quality control team.
Koperarsi Usaha Tani Gayo is an incredible example of the typically earthy and savory coffees typical of Sumatra. This intensely herbaceous coffee tastes of sage and basil. These flavors and deliciously balanced by agave sweetness and mellow honeydew.
Process: Wet Hulled
Varietal: Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Tim Tim
Elevation: 1400-1600 MASL
Key Flavor Notes: Basil, Agave, Honeydew, Sage