Lintong is an area south of Sumatra's Lake Toba with a long history in specialty coffee, known for producing coffees with sparkling citrus acidity. "Batak" refers to the tribe that inhabits the area, and "Nauli" means "pretty" in the local language. This lot was grown by a relatively new group of 51 smallholders, all of whom are women.
Imported by our friends at Crop to Cup.
Farm: Kawacom Sipi Falls Sustainable ProjectAltitude: 1300-2000 MASLVarietal: SL 14 & 28Process: WashedRoast: MediumNotes: Cocoa Nib, Caramel, Date and Tangerine The name Sipi Falls originated from a Sabiny word ‘Sep’ which...View full product details
Details Farm: Various Region: Nariño Varietal: Castillo, Colombia, CaturraAltitude: 1877 MASLRoast: Light Process: WashedNotes: Sugar Cane, Peach, Plum “Suyusama” is the Quechua word for "beautiful place"; the language of the Indigenous Peoples of...View full product details
Details Farm: Various Zone: Jimma Altitude: 1900-2200 MASLRoast: Light Varietal: Heirloom Process: WashedNotes: Honey, orange blossom, white peach The Nano Challa Cooperative is located in the Gera District, Jimma Zone. The cooperative was...View full product details
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