Brewhaha Roasters Coffee Spotlight: Good Sumatran
Brewhaha’s Good Sumatran is a single origin bean from Indonesia.
While we often rotate the region in Sumatra, one of our goto favorites comes from the GARMINDO cooperative. It’s full name is the Gayo Arabica Mahkota Indonesia Cooperative, and it is an association started in 2019 with 625 smallholder farmer members, each of whom owns less than 1.5 hectares of farmland, on average. The women members typically bring their coffee in cherry form to a collection point where it is depulped, fermented underwater for 12 hours, and given a pre-dry before undergoing the Wet-Hulling process. The coffee is dried on patios and typically takes 2–3 days under sunny conditions. It can take up to 7 days when the weather is rainy and humid.
Our Good Sumatran is one of our best sellers because while we roast it dark, we are careful not to go too dark, allowing for a great body but also allowing some of the beans natural flavors. We roast our Good Sumatran at a darker level so you can enjoy the great body and flavor of this bean.
Find our Good Sumatran at your local grocery store or on sale at our website for 10% off until the end of July.