Fruity, sweet, herbal & spicy
Coffee cultivation in Indonesia is mostly in the hands of small producers using traditional techniques such as the semi-washed processing technique.
The island Sumatra lies in the very west of Indonesia. On an elevation of around 1,000 m the village of Sipangan Bolon is located in the north of Lake Toba which is situated in the northern part of Sumatra.
The village is home to more than 500 farmers who are members of the Koperasi Kopi TobaCooperative. Within the organization, the farmers are trained in several agricultural techniques including improvements in seeding and planting as well as environmental practices which ensures that coffee is grown in a sustainable manner.
Raja Toba is a classic rich flavoured Sumatran coffee with characteristic spicy tones.
Lake Toba, Sumatra
Koperasi Kopi Toba
Red Caturra, S-Lini
1,100 - 1,280m