Not only is Sumatra the sixth largest island in the world and chimpanzees jump on your heads there, but there is also a growing energy-filled coffee. Taste it and you will find some interesting taste tones.
In the past, Sumatra coffee was not sold regionally, probably due to less pronounced differences in coffee taste. As a result, it has taken on the name Mandheling (Mandailing), the name of an Indonesian ethnic group that was previously involved in coffee growing.
The uniqueness of Indonesian coffee lies in the semi-washed (locally washed) process locally called Giling Basah. This makes the coffee fuller and more characteristic, making the coffee very attractive.