Drinking coffee and doing good at the same time.
In bag 13, the coffee beans come from Indonesia from the island of Sumatra.
Sumatra, Orangutan Coffee
- In the Gayo Highlands, the coffee is grown by small farmers at 1,500 m altitude.
- They commit themselves to manage their coffee gardens ecologically and are committed to protecting the rainforest with all its animals and plants.
- In addition to the bonus for the commitment of the small farmers, the orangutan protection program is promoted with the sale of the coffee.
- Literally a win-win-win situation, as the environment, the farmers and we coffee drinkers benefit from it.
- The result is a nutty-strong espresso with a gentle fruitiness and sweetness, with delicate notes of chocolate, hazelnut and caramel.
… I wanna have it pure in the cup, as it is tradition in Indonesia.
- add 1-2 tbsp very finely ground coffee powder into a medium-sized cup together with some sugar and stir well.
- Leave the coffee set for 3-5 minutes and then drink.
- similar to turkish coffee.
With bag 14 we travel to another continent tomorrow – look forward.