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Java - Sunda Garut

This washed processed coffee from the Sunda Garut region of the island of Java.  Sunda Hejo, on the island's western side, is where most Java coffee is grown. Small farmers in the mountainous region around Bandung City grow coffee there. The hilly terrain does not allow for large plantations; therefore, coffee comes from smallholder farms. A-typically for Indonesia, this coffee utilizes a fully washed process whereby ripe red cherries are pulped within 6 hours of harvest, dry-fermented for around 16 hours, and then thoroughly washed. The parchment coffee is then patio dried for 10-12 days until the optimum moisture content is reached.

Origin: Java
Region: Sunda Garut
Farm: Various smallholders
Variety: Catimor, Tim Tim and Typica
Altitude: 1200-1500 masl
Proc. Method: Washed

Roast Level: Medium
Tasting Notes:  Balanced with a smooth mouthfeel; flavor notes of fig, apricot and honey.

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