Sumatra Honey

Sumatra Honey

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Solok Radjo Cooperative is made up of 500 members with 1-2 hectares each. They are a young, energetic group engaged not only in coffee production and export, but also in roasting, visiting cafes, brewing, agronomy, and more. They have 3 Q-certified cuppers/graders on staff and have cupping set ups at both the field location in Aie Dingin and the drying/mill location in Solok. They are checking moisture and roasting on site to check each lot and report back to our local staff in
Medan. The coop operates 8 collection stations across the region to reduce the distance farmers have to travel to deliver. Coop members are paid cash upon delivery of wet parchment thanks to pre-financing of the coop thanks to our local staff and
production/export partner in Medan. This further incentivizes growing membership and participation in the group. On the ecology front, this group is serious. They have a grant from the government to re-forest 2,000 hectares of previously cleared land (by illegal loggers) at the border of the National Park. Protection of this forest is globally critical--
not just for carbon capture, but also for wildlife protection. Almost 40% of the world’s remaining population of wild tigers resides in this Park. Solok Radjo’s initial phase included planting trees across 150 hectares. They’re now expanding to
additional hectares. They are growing both shade tree/forest seedlings and coffee tree seedlings at their coop nursery, and re-making this cleared land into forest land with coffee trees growing under the canopy. A few thousand dollars will
support a hectare.

Processing : Honey 

Varietals: Lini S795

Smooth Full bodied coffee with flavor notes of:
Chocolate, Pomegeanate aroma, Spritzy pear acidity, roobois
12oz Bags