Sumatra coffee is known for being rich, and the Sumatra Mandheling doesn't disappoint. In fact, it exceeds in richness with a thick, syrupy chocolate infused flavor, powerful brown sugar sapidity, a full-bodied richness complete with mild earthy tones, and a deep-toned aroma. The Sumatra Mandheling has everything a decadent, strong coffee could ever ask for!
The Dutch originally brought coffee and tea to Sumatra, and the success of it took Europe by storm. Currently, ancient Arabica trees in the Mandheling Province of West Sumatra grow these delicious Mandheling coffee beans. This is nearly 200 years of coffee bean production – proving that Sumatra's climate and soil is just right for turning out world renowned beans.
In 1835, Sumatra's extravagant coffee beans helped the Dutch East India Trading Company become an absolute monopoly with the coffee trade. Without Sumatra's thick flavors that create mouth watering aromas and unforgettable flavors, the Dutch could have never exported coffee the way they did. Talk about a fortunate discovery for the Dutch who decided to use Sumatra's ideal jungles to lead coffee cultivation.
If you like your coffee medium roasted, thick, and coated with flavors that will resemble a decadently rich dessert, this Sumatra Mandheling coffee will hit the spot – it has for the past 200 years!
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