Category Archives: Women in Coffee

Fully Washed Coffee | Natural Process Coffee

Our natural processed coffees are the best in flavor and finish. The varietals grown in Simalungun are typically sweet with citrus notes when they are processed the traditional semi wash and wet hull method. What we found with the natural … Continue reading

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Our Coffee | Sample Harvest #3

Our AS1 crop is producing sample teasers of 10k of cherry every week. Full Harvest is due fall 2013. This sample was processed with semi washed dry hull method, which means the beans were dried in the parchment until the … Continue reading

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Tumba

In North Sumatran coffee markets, the growers sell their coffee in wet parchment form. The coffee is sold by weight, but measured with a 2 liter volume canister called “tumba”. It equals 1.2 kg roughly. The coffee parchment must be … Continue reading

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Harvest Season in the Hood

March is a very busy month in the Sumatran Highlands. Coffee is being harvested Daily by the metric ton. A trip around the growing region and the market made me even more excited about our first harvest. Now, how did … Continue reading

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