Gayo Arabica beans
Its taste is smooth, earthy, and sweet with a hint of caramel or chocolate.
Coffees from Sumatra are known for their smooth, sweet body that is balanced and intense. Gayo Arabica coffee is grown on the hillsides surrounding the town of Takegon and Lake Tawar, at the northern tip of Sumatra, in the region of Aceh. Our Wild Gayo Luwak coffee comes from the Gayo highlands of Central Aceh, Sumatra. The coffee beans are organically grown without fertilizers and are widely known as “green beans” for being environmentally friendly. These coffee beans are grown at 1,100-1,500 meters (3,600-5,000 feet) above sea level. The coffee is grown by small-holders under shade trees. Wild Gayo Luwak coffee is heavy bodied with light acidity. Its taste is smooth, earthy, and sweet with a hint of caramel or chocolate. It has a clean after taste.