Gayo coffee from Sumatra
Here is another great example of a women-led cooperative in the coffee trade. Ketiara has over 25 years of experience and is helping to promote coffee-producing families in the region of Aceh in the Gayo highlands.
Women-led cooperative in the highlands of Sumatra
This area is known for its top arabica beans in Indonesia. Grown on volcanic soil, the gayo coffee grown here is very distinct and reminds of Ethiopia and Latin America. It has floral notes but still remains the spicy characteristics of a Sumatran Arabica.
With an altitude of over 1,400m and carefully grown by local farmers, this is one of the best Indonesian coffees.
strong, dark italian roast