INDONESIA Mandheling Pollung SeribuRaja Wet Hulling

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Size: 50g

Grind: Whole Bean

【Cupping Comment】

① Vibrant flavors of orange and grapefruit.

② The emerging acidity and sweetness of cherry and blueberry.

③ A playful, subtle sweetness reminiscent of mango caramel continues.



【Region】 Pandumaan, Humbang Hasundutan Regency, North Sumatra

【Farm】 Farmers around Pandumaan


【Variety】 Sigararutang, Typica, S-795

【Process】 Wet Hulling

Roast Level】 2 Light roast

Flavor】 orange、grapefruit、cherry、blueberry、mango caramel


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【Recommended brewing method】

Espresso・V60・AeroPress・American Press・Cold Brew 

Start date of handling】 2024, 3/28

We ship coffee beans within 7 days of roasting.  

About the beans, stickers and flavor illustrations that arrive 




◉生産地| Mandheling Pollung




Located about seven hours by car from Medan, the capital of North Sumatra, is the Pollung region. North Sumatra is dominated by the Barisan Mountains' Batak Highlands, covering two-thirds of the state, with the ancient Toba Lake, a remnant of prehistoric volcanic activity, situated near the center of the highlands.

Pollung lies on the southern shore of Toba Lake and has long been known for producing high-quality Mandheling coffee. Mandheling coffee, due to its production process, is prone to significant quality variations, making consistent quality maintenance challenging.

Pollung district is now drawing attention for its relentless pursuit of the highest quality Mandheling coffee.

The name "Seribu Raja," meaning "Thousand Kings," was given to this coffee because it stands out as the top quality among over a thousand coffees harvested around Lake Toba.



◉生産処理| Wet Hulling(スマトラ式)




Typically, coffee cherries collected from farms are taken to a washing station where they are fully dried before hulling.

However, in the Sumatran method, after the coffee cherries are picked, the pulp and mucilage are removed at each farm. The cherries are then partially dried, hulled during this intermediate drying phase, and finally subjected to complete drying.

By dividing the drying process into two stages, each drying period can be shortened. This method is particularly suited to the rainy harvest season typical of the region, allowing for more efficient processing in these conditions.