In proud collaboration with Surfaid - for every pack of this coffee sold, Seven Miles will donate $1 to their cause, helping support remote communities in Indonesia with basic healthcare, clean water and nutrition.
About this coffee:
The 320 members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama Cooperative live and farm at the foot of the Mount Kerinci volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Mount Kerinci’s historic eruptions mean that the surrounding areas are lush and fertile with a deep supply of fertile soil ideal for coffee growing.
While Indonesian coffee is known for its unique ‘wet hulling’ process (called ‘Giling Basah’ by the locals) - this lot has been processed using the ‘honey’ process instead. The honey process involves pulping the coffee without using water and then drying the remaining coffee fruit on raised beds. The beds are located in domes to protect the coffee from rain or harsh sunlight. After around 20 days, the coffee is milled and then sorted by hand.
The end result is a coffee beautiful rounded sweetness with plenty of juicy fruit flavours.
Coffee Varieties: Andung Sari, Sigrar Utang
Tasting Notes: Brown Sugar, Peach, Vanilla
Suggested Espresso Recipe: 21.5g In / 38g Out / 26 Seconds
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