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Sumatera Mandheling Arabica

Sumatera Mandheling Arabica

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The Story

In 1833 the Dutch Colonial entered the Mandailing area through Port Natal, Natal, Mandailing Natal, the coffee economy began in 1835. The Dutch Colonial imported coffee seeds from Java by the NHM company owned by King Willem 1 and conducted a nursery in Tanobato, South Panyabungan, Mandailing Natal in 1840. Through the cultivation system, the seeds were then distributed to the Mandailing areas, such as to Pakantan, Mandailing Natal and the Angkola area. In 1848, there were 2,800,000 coffee beans with a production of 9.3 tons of coffee beans. The coffee is collected at the Dutch warehouse in Tanobato, then brought to the port of Natal by road via Tapus, Lingga Bayu, Mandailing Natal. In transportation, the Dutch Colonial used indigenous people by carrying them from Tanobato to Natal port which took 15 days round trip. In 1886, the coffee transportation route was diverted from Natal Port to Sibolga Port.

Notes: Nectarine, Malt, Dark Choco, Jasmine

Origin: Saipar Dolok Hole Village, Sipirok, South Tapanuli

Altitude: 950 - 1300 MASL

Processing Method: Washed

Roasting Profile: Medium Dark


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