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Sumatra Sidikalang MWP Decaf

Country of Origin: Sumatra
Sumatra Sidikalang MWP Decaf
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Sidikalang is a city and growing district immediately to the west of Lake Toba, the massive crater lake in North Sumatra. Sidikalang coffees have a different flavor profile, more like a classic Mandheling. Part of this is due to micro-climates and influences from the Lake, part is due to the cultivar. Sidikalang is in the Dairi district, and the altitude for coffee ranges from 1200 meters to 1500 meters in altitude. The area has its own special long bean type, a form of Typica. Sidikalang is found less and less frequently in Sumatra and other parts of Indonesia. Much of the Typica was lost in the late 1880s, when Coffee Leaf Rust swept through Indonesia. However, both the Bergendal and Sidikalang varieties of Typica can still be found, especially at higher altitudes and in remote areas. The area around Sidikalang is still partly planted in it's eponymous cultivar, as well as the newer Ateng type. We can't say exactly how much is this old Typica type but a good portion certainly is. This proprietary lot of coffee was custom decaffeinated for California importer Sweet Maria's. Like our caffeinated Sidikalang offering, It just which offers a brighter, less-funky cup profile than most Sumatrans, it shows that if you start with better quality green coffee, the decaf results are markedly better. And once again, the Veracruz, Mexico mountain water processing shows why decafs are capable of turning heads!
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