Origin Information

680 Smallholder farmers organized around PT Agrotropik Nusantara (AGNT)
Borbon, Catimor, Gayo, S Lini 795
Kerinci District, Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia
June - December
1300 – 1600 masl
Volcanic loam
Wet hulled and dried in the sun
Staff Picks
"This is a remarkable Sumatra. It has the clarity and sweetness of a you’d expect in a premium washed coffee, but this coffee is wet hulled, and so you also have the full round flavor intensity that has made wet hulled Indonesian coffee so popular. It has everything: complexity, body, character and Kerinci standout sweetness. This Suamtra is as good or better than any I have ever tasted. "

- Bob Fulmer
Cofounder & President

Background Details

This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around an export company called PT. AgroTropic Nusantara (AGTN), which has been working with coffee producers since 2013 in the Kayu Aro highlands of the Kerinci regency within the Jambi province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. AGTN has established an association of 680 producers who cultivating coffee on 2 acre parcels around the Kerinci valley’s edge near Mount Kerinci, the highest volcano in Indonesia and home to the Sumatran tiger, which inhabits the Kerinci Seblat (the largest national park in Sumatra and a UNESCO World Heritage site). Through coffee AGTN has focused on supporting increased employment opportunities for women, which includes a woman as the director of operations. Women are also running the coffee nursery program and handsorting at dry mill. AGTN also works closely with producers to decrease forest encroachment by using their coffee farms as a protective buffer for the Kerinci Seblat national park, which encircles the entire Kerinci valley with unparalleled natural beauty.