Coming this week to our cafés and our online store is an Indonesian microlot coffee from the Wahana Estate. This estate is located in the province of North Sumatra and is responsible for several large ‘blended’ lots and a few smaller lots kept separate to preserve uniqueness.
This microlot consists of one-hundred percent Rasuna variety coffee and was sourced between 1250 and 1300 meters above sea level. Fruit was removed from the coffee cherries using the full natural method of drying and milling. This is an example of how exciting Indonesian coffees can be, in spite of common over-generalized expectations.
We taste notes of strawberry, white chocolate with an iconoclastically clean finish.