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Gayo Highlands – Sumatra, Indonesia – Ketiara Cooperative

79 DKK235 DKK VAT incl.

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Gayo Highlands – Sumatra, Indonesia – Ketiara Cooperative

(3 customer reviews)
3.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings

79 DKK235 DKK VAT incl.

Fresh, tropical notes of papaya and lime, complemented well by a honey-like sweetness.

 

 

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About Gayo Highlands:

In spite of its relatively young age, Ketiara has quickly established itself
as one the most respected Fairtrade cooperatives in the Gayo Highlands
of Sumatra. This is due to the excellent quality of its coffees, their focus
on innovation and continuous improvement. The group’s leader, Rahmah, is
a force in the local coffee industry, and a powerful voice for women in the
traditional, male-dominated Gayonese society. Her vision and tenacity
have served as the foundation for Ketiara’s success, and within a few short
years Atlas has developed a strong relationship with the group and

introduced various roaster clients to its coffees.

Country: Indonesia

Region/Alt: Gayo Highlands, Sumatra

Species: Arabica, Broubon, Typica, Catimar, Caturra

Process: Wet-hulled

Additional information

Weight N/A
Size

1000 g, 250 g

Grind type

Whole bean, French press, Filter grind

3 reviews for Gayo Highlands – Sumatra, Indonesia – Ketiara Cooperative

  1. Julien Véron (verified owner)

    Great tropical notes and smell. Delicate but flavorful. Thanks for the fresh coffee and attentive service.

  2. Caroline van der Sluys (verified owner)

    I recently purchased some Aceh Gayo coffee beans from NCR (I know and love this coffee from Indonesia) and also followed the Intro to the World of Coffee course. The coffee was excellent, and Francesco was an extremely qualified and entertaining instructor. He really tells the coffee story in way the brings it alive, and obviously passionate about his work.

  3. Caroline van der Sluys (verified owner)

    I recently purchased some Aceh Gayo coffee beans from NCR (I know and love this coffee from Indonesia) and also followed the Intro to the World of Coffee course. The coffee was excellent, and Francesco was an extremely qualified and entertaining instructor. He really tells the coffee story in way the brings it alive, and is obviously passionate about his work.

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