Indonesia Sumatra Lintong | Washed
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- Traditional wet hulling process
- Sumatra Lintong
- Variety long berry (timor)
- Whole Bean Coffee - 200g
- Medium-light roasted.
- Optimal brew: Filter 6-30 days
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Coffee was introduced throughout the islands of Indonesia by the Dutch in the 1600s, and was first exported by the Dutch East India Company in the early 1700s. Large Dutch-owned plantations were the norm, and the laborers and locals suffered financially and politically under the colonial regime.
For a deeper understanding, the 1860 novel Max Havelaar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company outlined many of the ways that the Dutch government and landowners abused and oppressed the Indonesian people, specifically on Sumatra and Java. Poverty, starvation, and destitution were common among coffee workers and within the indigenous communities.
The production uses a unique method thereby resulting in a distinctive profile, categorized as a very concentrated and full body flavour, garnished with an herbal nuance and a spicy finish.