Smooth, Intense, and Delicious: Experience Angelino's New Sumatra Dark

by Symphony Ragan 1 min read

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Nothing compares to the rich complexity of this rich dark roast. Sip and be bold.

To the coffee world, Indonesia not only represents one of the largest international coffee producers, but it also houses an island known to cultivate some of the most bodied, earthy, and delicious coffee in the industry - Sumatra. 



Sumatra Dark coffee is less of a drink and more of an experience. With the majority of Sumatra coffee being grown organically by smallholders dotting the island, you can be sure that each cup comes with its own unique and wonderful story. Angelino's Sumatra Dark coffee story begins near South Lake Toba in the high elevation Northern Sumatra regions of Lintong and Dolok Sanggul. Once procured from smallholders in village markets, this rich and complex coffee is wet-hulled, dried in greenhouses, before finally being carefully hand-sorted in the city of Medan.



Angelino's Sumatra Dark is full-bodied with a smooth mouthfeel, giving way to flavors of dried herbs and fresh earth, and with some citrus notes to balance the full bodied cup. 

 

Join us on the Sumatra Dark journey.


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Angelinos Sumatra dark coffee profile



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