Master Origin Indonesia Wet-Hulled Arabica

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Master Origin
Indonesia
 
 
 
  • 8
    Intensity
  • Espresso 40 ML
  • Lungo 110 ML
Rich & Woody

INDONESIA
Wet-Hulled Arabica
 
Master Origin Indonesia Wet-Hulled Arabica is a race against rain. Sumatran farmers wet-hull their coffee because of the humid climate. They remove the parchment when the coffee is soft and moist because exposed beans dry faster. The method is unique to them and produces the classic Indonesian taste - velvety thick, wildly aromatic, notes of cured tobacco.
  • Intensity8 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ □ □ □ □
  • Cup SizeEspresso 40 mlEspresso
    Lungo 110 mlEspresso
  • Aromatic ProfileWoody
  • Bitterness3 ● ● ● ○ ○
  • Acidity2 ● ● ○ ○ ○
  • Body4 ● ● ● ● ○
  • Roasting4 ● ● ● ● ○
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COFFEE ORIGINS:
100% ARABICA FROM INDONESIA

  • INDONESIA
Try Master Origin Indonesia wet-hulled Arabica with a dash of milk - nutty, woody and roasted notes emerge in this intense Master Origin coffee with milk.


ORIGIN

100% Arabica from Indonesia.

 

ROASTING

The coffee roasting process we use is a split roast method - with a medium and slightly shorter roast. Split roasting this Sumatra coffee gives a great complexity of aromatic notes in the cup.

 

AROMATIC PROFILE

It’s the coffee production, the unique coffee farming methods, that make this a classic Indonesia coffee - Master Origin Indonesia wet-hulled Arabica has a thick and rich, velvety body. It’s wild in its cured tobacco notes and you’ll get whiffs of tropical woody aromas.

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