Master Origin Indonesia wet-hulled Arabica is a race against rain. Indonesian farmers wet-hull their coffee because of the humid climate. After removing the fruity outer flesh, the Sumatran coffee beans are left to ferment overnight, then hand washed and sundried for a day. Then they remove the parchment because exposed beans dry faster. The heat and bouts of sunshine dry the beans quickly. The method is unique to them and produces the classic Indonesian coffee taste - velvety thick, wildly aromatic, notes of cured tobacco. Master Origin Indonesia wet-hulled Arabica contains only Fair Trade Indonesian Arabica coffee processed in this unique way. Try Master Origin Indonesia wet-hulled Arabica with a dash of milk - nutty, woody and roasted notes emerge in this intense Master Origin coffee with milk.
If "Black Honey" processing were the easy road to a nectarous coffee, they’d all do it. But only a few farmers dare. The farmers remove this Arabica coffee cherry’s fruit flesh but then leave almost all its sticky mucilage still hugging the coffee bean when they spread it in a thin layer to dry. With daily diligence they rake and rotate and mix this incredibly sticky coffee to make sure only good flavors develop. Master Origin Nicaragua with ‘Black-Honey’ processed Arabica contains this coffee. It gives this Nicaraguan Arabica its smooth texture and sweet cereal notes. If you like it with milk froth, Master Origin Nicaragua with ‘Black-Honey’ processed Arabica makes a rich latte macchiato . As a coffee with milk, it’s balanced and has nutty, roasted notes that surface.