What's in a Cup?
Monday, 26 March 2018
Over twenty varieties of Arabica coffee are cultivated by plantations in Indonesia, each with a distinct taste profile. The flavor is affected by where the plant grows, its species, and the altitude of the plantation. The way in which the beans are processed after picking, roasted, and stored can also affect the flavor.
Locations: Lake Laut Tawar and Mounts Peutsago, Bateekeubelie, Geureudong, Leuser, and Abongabong
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