Originally cultivated by Dutch colonials and sold by the Dutch East India Company, Sumatran Mandheling comes from the region around Lake Toba. Now it is usually grown by smallholders on modest farms.
Due to the growing and grading methods used for Sumatran Mandheling coffee, the beans may appear irregular, but the flavor profile will be sure to leave you smiling.
Grown under a warm sun and dried on the clay ground of the region, this coffee has a very full-bodied bean with an intense earthy flavor, and one of the lowest degrees of acidity of any of our coffees. Mandheling of Sumatra is considered one of the most full-bodied coffees in the world.