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Organic Sumatra

Strength: 4.

From Gayo Highlands, Sumatra

Tastes of cocoa and dark chocolate

Grumpy Mule's best selling coffee, this is a particularly smooth, full bodied coffee with underlying herbal notes. It has great character and depth of flavour and is a fantastic coffee for all times of day, particularly after dinner.

Available as wholebeans or ground coffee.

Pack Size 227g.

£4.99
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Grumpy Mule ground coffees are suitable for use in a wide range of coffee brewing equipment including filters, French press (cafetiere), percolators, AeroPress, Chemex and siphons. For espresso machines, we recommend that you finely grind your choice of Grumpy Mule coffee beans for the best results.
Grumpy Mule’s best selling coffee; the organically grown Gayo Highlands is cultivated by smallholder producers in the highland districts of Central Aceh and Bener Meriah in northern Sumatra. The Fairtrade-certified KBQB cooperative (Koperasi Baitul Qiradh Baburrayyan) has been licensed since 2007 and now has around 6000 producer members. The developing coop – based around Takengon village - has received considerable assistance in recent years, helping farmers to purchase land, build clinics and provide financing and support. In addition, the communities of KBQB are now beginning to reap the benefits of the Fairtrade social premiums.
As the proud winner of no less than 6 Great Taste Awards in 2013 and the recent accolade of ‘Best Coffee Brand’ in the recent Fine Food Digest’s ‘Best Brands 2013-14’ issue; Grumpy Mule offers distinctive and certified coffees roasted in batches to suit their individual characteristics and to get the best possible flavour from each and every coffee. Most of these coffees aren’t just blends or characterless single origin coffees, but coffees from identifiable farms, estates and cooperatives of smallholder farmers. The beans are roasted and packed in their Yorkshire roastery.

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