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Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.

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Description

Sumatra Lintong Coffee showcases the best of Indonesia. It is a full-bodied, dark-roasted, high-grade, arabica bean Coffee boasting earthy and spicy notes.

Few other types offer the same Sumatra Coffee characteristics in a single sip, thus making it a favourite among casual drinkers and connoisseurs alike. Whichever camp you find yourself in, you’ll indeed find a true gem in this brew.

We help it to reach its full potential with the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system. This process functions by using heat transference to roast the beans.

Perhaps best of all, our Fresh Coffee is pack it fresh to order, thereby ensuring quality and consistency from first to last cuppa. Why not try this remarkable Coffee with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company today?

What is Sumatra Coffee from Indonesia?

Your favourite brew started life in Ethiopia some 1,000 years ago. Coffee beans didn’t arrive in Indonesia until the late-17th or early-18th centuries, having been introduced by the Dutch. Its production nevertheless spread quickly.

However, in the 1880s, a plant-based disease called Coffee rust all but destroyed crops, particularly on the Indonesian island of Java - as well as in Sumatra.

Local farmers had no choice but to move out of the lowlands and onto high plateaus in an attempt to maintain profitable cultivation.

It worked. What’s more, the higher altitudes improved the quality of the beans, a quality that indeed remains to this day.

Indonesia, and Sumatra in particular, is now one of the best-known and most-loved Coffee-growing regions in the world. And with good reason.

Where is Sumatra Coffee Grown?

Sumatra Coffee Beans originate from the north-central region of Sumatra, specifically near Lake Toba. The area itself is, in fact, called Lintong, its landscape offering unique soils and near-perfect climatic conditions.

These characteristics lend themselves to the outstanding and unmistakably bold taste of Sumatra Lintong Coffee. Why not find out for yourself? You won’t be disappointed.

Additional info
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    High
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon
  • Country
    Country
    More Than One Origin
  • Roast
    Roast
    Medium
Reviews
4.5 / 5
  1. Very nice coffee beans...

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  2. I like the Sumatran style and this one suits me. Full & fairly strong but not bitter. Definitely on my 'regular order' list.

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  3. Really wonderful beans, fresh.

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  4. this is my favourite - strong hint of caramel and real depth of flavour

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  5. First time of trying this one & loved it

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  6. Strong yet smooth, one of my favs

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  7. The only item that we do not like very much. This coffee does not have a nice flavour, has rather pronounced bitterness and we will not buy it again. Very dissapointing.

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  8. Probably the best coffee I've ever tasted!

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  9. Great Coffee!

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  10. good

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