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Bag Size:


Roast Type:

Dark Roast 

Triple Pick: 

We call these beans ‘triple pick’ because of the way they are sorted. Lots of beans are dried and then sorted extensively to ensure that all beans that have been damaged by insects, are defective, or are under-ripe have been removed. This leaves behind only the perfect beans which give Adsenia Sumatra coffee a rich, full, and herbal flavor. 

Tasting Notes:

The flavors of our Indonesian coffee have an intensity and purity which is produced through the Sumatran processes. Tobacco as well as an herbal flavor are the dominant notes, including sage, thyme, and cedar. But the flavor is rounded out by the sweetness of fig and even butterscotch. The smokiness and herbal flavors make for an excellent drip, pour over, or French Press cup of coffee. The acidity is light with a consistent boldness and fullness flavor.

Part of the profits from this roast goes to
I Love Bali Dogs®

I LOVE BALI DOGS® wants to improve life for the Balinese dogs, an ancient breed, so they become respected, protected and recognized as an authentic breed. We hope they become accepted in homes just like the Western dogs, however western dogs are usually imported illegally, cross bred and sold with at a fast growing diffusion which has become a real local business.

In 2007 I LOVE BALI DOGS® joined forces with other private local organizations who tirelessly fight for the cause of the street dogs. These people take the dogs in, nurse them back to health, sterilize, vaccinate and try to find homes for them. I LOVE BALI DOGS® is one of the vehicles to promote the efforts in favor of these private rescuers. Considering the success of the sticker, the slogan is now applied on bags, T-shirts, key rings and other gadgets too, all in order to help the Balinese dogs.

Coffee Origin Information

This coffee is produced on family owned farms organized around the Ratu
Ketiara Gayo cooperative (RKG), located in the Takengon highlands of the
Aceh province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.

This region of Indonesia is also referred to as the Gayo land because the coffee farmers are from the Gayonese ethnic group.
The RKG cooperative was established in 2017 by a group of young women focused on creating gender equity and investing in young coffee producers.

The female leadership is mentored by Rahmah
(chairperson of PT Ketiara umbrella cooperative) who works tirelessly with a
number of cooperatives in the region to overcome the inequity of a male
dominated coffee industry in Indonesia.

Grower information provided by the Royal Coffee Inc.