Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling - Green - Bodhi Leaf Coffee Traders

Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling - Green

Country: Indonesia
Region: Medan
Varietal: Ateng, Garundang, Catimor
Farm: Various Smallholder Farmers
Process: Wet-Hulled
Altitude: 1,000 - 1,800 MASL
Cupping Notes: Brown Spice, Dark Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnut
Recommended Roast:City to Full City+
Good For:Pour Over, Auto Drip, Full Immersion, Blends

Description: Mandheling coffees are named after the Mandailing people, an ethnic group from the Batak area of Sumatra, generally found in the North Province. This specific lot was grown in the mountains of Medan, a city in the North East of the island. Made up of Ateng, Garundang, and Catimor varieties, this lot was wet-hulled, and then completely sun dried. Screen size sorting was done after the coffee was hauled to remove any beans smaller than screen size 14. This lot is “double picked”, which is a classification within grade 1 coffees from Sumatra.

This coffee arrived to our warehouse tasting like a traditional Sumatra coffee, with spiced notes, and pleasant dark chocolate and roasted hazelnut.

Customer Reviews

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J
J.C.
Sumatra

Thought I would try something different than your great Costa Rican green beans, the Sumatra is almost as good 😉

D
D.H.
sumatra mandheling

will re order. roasted as full city might go +.

R
R.O.
Bob O.'s. Mandheling Green Ramblings

It's light roast or pour it down the drain for me. This is the first time I've tried this coffee in a few years. I'm very pleasantly surprised by the rich, classic cup of coffee taste that hit me right off the bat, first sip. No bitter bite here. Well done 👏 Bohdi 🍃.

J
J.K.
Earthy coffee

Having always liked the unique flavors of Sumatran coffee, This was an easy buy. There is an earthy quality to the taste unlike any other coffee I have had. This is a great coffee to roast on the dark side. Now Bodhi needs to bring in some additional Indonesians such as offerings from Bali, Flores and Papua New Guinea.

J
J.E.
Sumatra Mandeling

Love this bean, as usual I like a darker brown roast for the rich flavor. Using a pour-over, I find a robust flavir with hints of cocoa.


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