This one is named after the one-eyed dog from Grumpier Old Men!
Sumatran coffees showcase how several factors influence a coffee’s taste. Sidama Zone is in Ethiopia and seems to be ideally suited for growing Arabica coffee.
Because of the unique processing method, wet hulling, that’s used by most farmers, Sumatran coffees tend to have distinct characteristics. While a few coffee drinks favor the region’s earthy tones, low acidity and full body, it’s often unfairly disregarded by most coffee connoisseurs today.
- Certification/Grading: Natural
- Roast: 5
- Tasting Profile: Milk chocolate, fruity, caramel, earthy
- Grower: Smallholder farmers from thee Sidama zone.
- Variety: Indigenous Heirloom Cultivars
- Region: Sidama Zone, Ethiopia
- Altitude: 1700-1900 M
- Soil Type: Nitisols
- Process: Full natural, sorted by hand. Dried on raised beds.