Zoom Sumatra Kerinci Palompek
Zoom Sumatra Kerinci Palompek
Zoom Sumatra Kerinci Palompek

Sumatra Kerinci Palompek

TangerineMarshmallowClove
$19.00

While the entire cup is pervaded by a creamy marshmallow sweetness, this rare Washed Sumatra offers a bright tangerine acidity up front, dissipating into a rich, chocolatey clove on the back end, giving us one of the cleanest and most well balanced offerings from the region yet.

The Sumatra Kerinchi Palompek is grown on the Koetintji Barokah Cooperative farm in the West Sumatra and Jambi provinces of Indonesia. This particular washed lot comes from a longstanding relationship with the Barokah Cooperative, which has 140 members who cultivate on small family owned plots of land located around Mount Kerinci, the highest volcano in Indonesia.

The cooperative works closely with producers to decrease forest encroachment. Their farm management practices create a protective buffer for the Kerinci Seblat national park, which encircles the entire Kerinci valley with unparalleled natural beauty and habitat for the Sumatran Tiger.

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Farm: Koetintji Barokah Cooperative
Region: West Sumatra and Jambi Provinces, Sumatra, Indonesia
Process: Washed
Variety: Andung Sari, Sigararutang
Elevation: 1350 – 1600 masl

While the entire cup is pervaded by a creamy marshmallow sweetness, this rare Washed Sumatra offers a bright tangerine acidity up front, dissipating into a rich, chocolatey clove on the back end, giving us one of the cleanest and most well balanced offerings from the region yet.

The Sumatra Kerinchi Palompek is grown on the Koetintji Barokah Cooperative farm in the West Sumatra and Jambi provinces of Indonesia. This particular washed lot comes from a longstanding relationship with the Barokah Cooperative, which has 140 members who cultivate on small family owned plots of land located around Mount Kerinci, the highest volcano in Indonesia.

The cooperative works closely with producers to decrease forest encroachment. Their farm management practices create a protective buffer for the Kerinci Seblat national park, which encircles the entire Kerinci valley with unparalleled natural beauty and habitat for the Sumatran Tiger.

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