Arabica coffee production in Sumatra began in the 18th century under Dutch colonial influence, introduced first to the northern region of Aceh, from which this coffee hails. Wet-Hulled coffees from Sumatra have a distinct characteristic that many people love: The unique "wet-hulled" process combined with specific cultivars of coffee creates an earthy, herbaceous, and intense cup with a medium-heavy body. In this version of a coffee classic, expect notes of cocoa, peanut, and dried herbs, with a citric acidity. .
Sumatra Mandheling Aceh