Single Origin Club : Takengon Highlands, Sumatra
Single Origin Club: Sumatra from Takengon Highlands
Sumatran Medium Roast
What is a Single Origin coffee? Simply put, these coffees are defined by the place they come from.
Single Origin coffees are from a specific farm or group of farms that make up small cooperatives. You’ll find that most of our Single Origin coffees are light roasted, making this medium roast especially unique.
This month we’re sharing our Sumatran medium roast, grown in the Takengon Highlands by Garmindo Cooperative.
About the Farm
Our Sumatran coffee was grown by members of the Garmindo Co-op, formerly known as ASKOGO. This cooperative currently has 760 members, growing Fairtrade and Organic coffee in the Aceh Tengah and Bener Meriah regencies of Sumatra which are renowned for producing excellent coffee. The small farms are tucked into the dense tropical forests of the Northern Gayo Mountains, from 1000 to 1500 meters above sea level.
The Garmindo Cooperative offers regular training activities to each of the farmers in their co-op, in order to improve the quality of their coffees, learn new harvest techniques, and implement more beneficial farming practices. This group was founded in 2008, and has continually improved their coffee in the subsequent years. We have been purchasing coffee from Garmindo Cooperative, FKA ASKOGO, since 2015.
- Cooperative: Garmindo Co-op, FKA ASKOGO
- Altitude:1,000-1,500 meters
- Processing: Wet Hulled
- Varietal: Catimor
Not ready to join the Single Origin Club? Make a one-time purchase of our Sumatra Medium Roast.