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Tico Coffee Roasters

Sumatra Mandheling - Takengon

Sumatra Mandheling - Takengon

Precio habitual $21.00 USD
Precio habitual Precio de oferta $21.00 USD
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Sumatra Mandheling coffees are famous for their peculiar flavor profile, low acidity, thick body, and rustic flavors that can often be described as earthy. Much of the flavor comes from how Sumatra coffees are processed, the wet-hull method. This coffee is sourced from 3 farms located in the Takengon highlands of the Aceh province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The farms are owned by Kilang Kopi Lek Sujimin and Kilang Kopi Haji Warsidi, who each have over a decade of experience cultivating and processing coffee. After processing, the parchment is entrusted to PT Fajar Jeumpa, a family-owned export company that operates its own dry mill and provides logistics to transport and export coffee without the long and convoluted supply lines that can compromise the quality of coffee.

The city of Takengon, is considered the epicenter of one of the world’s most unique coffee terroirs. The province of Aceh, is a varied territory with high-elevation grasslands, mountain ranges, and the massive Lake Toba, one of the island’s most famous coffee-producing areas.


Grower  Grower: Kilang Kopi Lek Sujimin and Kilang Kopi Haji Warsidi

Farm  Farm: Three small farms

Region  Region: Bener Meriah Regency, Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia

Cultivar  Cultivar: Bourbon, Catimor, Typica

Altitude  Altitude: 1300 to 1400 meters

Processing Method  Processing Method: Wet hulled and dried in the sun


Roast Level  Roast Level: Medium Dark Roast  Medium Dark Roast

Cup  Cup profile: Herbal, Cocoa, Roasted Nuts, Full Body

The Cup: This coffee has flavors of cocoa and dark chocolate. There's a slight herbal ness evenly matched by the smell of tobacco, roasted nuts, and cedar. The cup has a layered chocolate taste, licorice flavors, and a bold body.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Elvie S. (San Jose, California, United States)


David M.
Sumatra coffee

I found that this coffee tasted much different than Latin American types (from Costa Rica and Brazil). I found that the Sumatra coffee was more citrus flavored and heavier, so I enjoyed the Santa Lucia more.
Having said that, ordering the coffee couldn't be easier. I can choose quickly online, order immediately, and Tomas usually has my order available the next day for convenient pickup at their location in Campbell (near my home).
I recommend trying several of their blends from around the world - to help you find your happy "coffee" place/source.

Smooth and delicious

I love this coffee! I got my delivery last week but this was my first opportunity to brew a batch. I was unsure of how I would feel about it because it is a dull, medium brown bean. For the level of roast, I expected it to be shinier and darker. So I began to think this might be too light of a roast for me, but I was wrong. It is so smooth, low in acid, and the notes of caramel are prominent - one the qualities I enjoy most in a coffee. I'm thrilled! I also got two other roasts from Tico and can't wait to try them.

Wonderful Reco from Tico

Stopped by the shop for a reco, and Thomas suggested the Mandheling based on my previous purchases. This roast really grew on me. Most impressive was that when it I was about to run out, I purchased another well known roasters beans (Tico unavailable) and did a side-by-side with a friend. Really no comparison. The competitor beans just didn't have the broad palate of flavors in the Mandheling. Really appreciated how chocolaty and rich the the Tico beans were by comparison (and even in comparison to other Sumatra coffees).

Nelda C.

I love this coffee and yes, I'm giving one as a gift today. I plan to go back and get more. This is the best flavored coffee!!