ARABICA GAYO ROASTED

Coffee plantations in Gayo, Central Aceh are averagely located at an altitude from 1,000 to 1,200 meters above sea level. The location is placed between the Takengon city and nearly Lake Tawar. The majority tribes who live in this area are Gayo people.



The coffee plantations in this area are managed individually and the cultivation is carried out in shade place (shade grown coffee). The produced seeds are Arabica type which are eventually suitable for planting in such location.



Gayo coffee's strong flavor character and low acidity with a hint of spice becomes the reason why it is very popular, especially in the United States and Europe. The taste of clarity makes it sell well as house blend mixture. The special character of Gayo Arabica Coffee is that it tends to have an inconsistent taste. It happens because coffee plantations in the Gayo Highlands having different heights and various cultivation methods.



Arabica is a wet-processed coffee that was firstly introduced by the Dutch to Indonesia almost three centuries ago. When arabica beans are not roasted, they generate blueberry aroma. The seeds do not create leftover in the cup and the seeds are rich with Indonesian special staste.



The benefits of Gayo coffee is increasing energy, helping burn fat, reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes and can be used to relieve headaches, low blood pressure, obesity, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).



 



 


Coffee plantations in Gayo, Central Aceh are averagely located at an altitude from 1,000 to 1,200 meters above sea level. The location is placed between the Takengon city and nearly Lake Tawar. The majority tribes who live in this area are Gayo people.



The coffee plantations in this area are managed individually and the cultivation is carried out in shade place (shade grown coffee). The produced seeds are Arabica type which are eventually suitable for planting in such location.



Gayo coffee's strong flavor character and low acidity with a hint of spice becomes the reason why it is very popular, especially in the United States and Europe. The taste of clarity makes it sell well as house blend mixture. The special character of Gayo Arabica Coffee is that it tends to have an inconsistent taste. It happens because coffee plantations in the Gayo Highlands having different heights and various cultivation methods.



Arabica is a wet-processed coffee that was firstly introduced by the Dutch to Indonesia almost three centuries ago. When arabica beans are not roasted, they generate blueberry aroma. The seeds do not create leftover in the cup and the seeds are rich with Indonesian special staste.



The benefits of Gayo coffee is increasing energy, helping burn fat, reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes and can be used to relieve headaches, low blood pressure, obesity, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).



 



 

Color Brown
Size -
Raw Material Gayo Arabica Roasted Bean
Capacity 100 Tons Per Month

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