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Sumatra Lintong Instant Coffee, 5-Pack
Sumatra Lintong Instant Coffee, 5-Pack

Sumatra Lintong Instant Coffee, 5-Pack

Lemongrass, Cocoa Nibs, Sandalwood

$15.00
Sumatra Lintong Instant Coffee, 5-Pack

Sumatra Lintong Instant Coffee, 5-Pack $15.00

Origin

Producer: Volkopi Cooperative

Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia

Roast Level

Medium Light

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Tastes Like

Complex flavors of lemongrass, cocoa nibs, and sandalwood.

Citrusy, Chocolatey, Nutty

Altitude

4,600-4,920 feet

Variety

Sigarautang, Jember S795, Ateng

Processing

Wet Hulled

Our Instant Coffee

Instant coffee that meets Equator standards. Great hot or cold, it's ready when you are.

Easy to brew and filled with premium coffee flavor, each packet makes 8-10oz of liquid coffee. With five cups per box, all your journeys can have the flavor of a pour over at instant speed.

Our instant coffee is brewed to capture the complex flavor notes you would expect in any Equator coffee, without the bitterness typically associated with instant coffee. Simply add water, to create a wherever, whenever beverage that tastes like a pour over.

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Sumatra Lintong

Although Lintong is a specific region in Northwestern Sumatra, it is also used as a trade name to describe coffees from the greater Lake Toba region with a particular flavor profile, like the one this coffee has. Our partners at the Volkopi Cooperative in Sumatra selected coffees from small garden farms in the Lake Toba region and blended them together to create this lot. The coffee was processed using the island’s traditional wet-hull method, which is vastly different from other commonly used processing styles. A thin papery substance called parchment surrounds all coffee seeds, and the process of removing this layer is called hulling. Most coffees are hulled after drying when their moisture level reaches 10-13%. Wet-hulled coffees are hulled with much higher moisture levels between 35-50% and finish drying after the removal of this protective layer. Like many processing methods, wet hulling was born out of necessity due to the method’s ability to dry coffee quickly because of the parchment layer being removed. This is beneficial in Sumatra’s damp climate and cloud cover which render slower drying methods impractical. Coffees from Sumatra are known for having earthy flavors and a heavy body that in large part can be attributed to the wet hull process where the coffee is more exposed while drying. This coffee is no exception, its assertive flavors of aromatic wood and lemongrass showcase the unique flavors that coffee from Sumatra can offer.

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