Indonesia

Raja Batak PB

Coffee beans are seeds that grow inside of a cherry that is produced by coffee trees. Normally, the coffee cherry has two seeds that develop inside facing each other. When only one of the two seeds is fertilized, the single seed develops into an oval shape, which is known as a peaberry.

Processing in Sumatra is unique, in that farmers use the process called wet-hulling, or Giling Basah. As soon as the ripe cherries are harvested, they are depulped and undergo fermentation. After that, coffee beans are washed, quick dried and brought to a hulling station to be hulled.

Origami Brewing Recipe (V60 filter)
Coffee to water ratio: 1:16 (15g coffee: 240g water)
Grind size: 22 clix on Comandante
Water temperature: 95°C
0”:  bloom to 30g
30”: pour to 135g
1’00”: pour to 200g
1’40”: pour to 240g
2’00” – 2’15”: finish

Flavor Notes: plum, Chai spice, sandalwood

Elevation
Elevation
1000-1400
Processing
Processing
Wet-Hulled
Region
Region
Sumatra
Variety
Variety
Peaberry, Ateng, Jember, Garundang

$20.00