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From Sumatra With Love

Sumatran coffee cherries and coffee trees

On our continuing quest to find and hunt down fantastic and rare coffees we have truly found several gems from Sumatra. Our newest member of our Sumatran coffee family of coffees will be called Sumatra Lintong Triple Pick Tiger. This coffee is grown south of Lake Toba in the village of Saran Padang. There are 120 small holder farmers averaging 1-2 acres per farm at an altitude of 1100-1200 meters. The coffee has creamy, syrupy body, with slight earth, chocolate and orange citrus overtones.

Giving Back

Vournas Coffee Trading will donate a portion of our profits from the sales of our Sumatra Lintong Triple Pick Tiger to the World Wildlife Fund. This donation will go to help the endangered Sumatran Tiger, in which there are only 500 to 600 remaining in the wild. The Vournas logo is of course an emblazoned Sumatran Tiger, as we have always admired this animal’s stealth and natural beauty.

Sumatra Microlots

We are also bringing in a few Sumatran coffee microlots which blew us away on the cupping table. Yes they are expensive, but once you taste them you will see why. See all the information below and make sure and book out before they are sold.

Sumatra Wahana Longberry

Our Sumatra Wahana “Longberry” variety is said to be named after its appearance—relatively long and thin in comparison with other arabica coffee varieties. It was thought to have originated in Ethiopia because its shape and cup profile is similar to the Ethiopia Longberry Harrar.

Cup Profile:

Aroma: Clean, Spicy, Raisin, Floral
Flavor: Sweet, Fennel, Orange, Caramel
After Taste: Silky with a Cocoa finish
Acidity: Lower and Sweet
Body: Buttery and Intense
Overall: Low Acidity, Silky Body, Floral Aroma with Chocolate finish

Sumatra Rasuna Honey

Typically the Rasuna variety has high acidic character. With careful processing (dry conditions) and timing our Sumatra Rasuna Honey is a magnificent example of Sumatran coffee with more balance and an increased level of sweetness..

Cup Profile:

Aroma: Spice, Herbs, Jasmine and Honey
Flavor: Herbal, Dark Chocolate
After Taste: Sweet and Round
Acidity: Clear and Sweet
Body: Syrupy
Overall: Spicy, Herbal, Dark Chocolate and Complex

Sumatra Rasuna Natural

Typically in Northern Sumatra the drying process is difficult during the raining season. With extensive research and development, machinery was developed specifically to aid in this process and resulted in a natural process Sumatran coffee that is unlike any other.

Cup Profile:

Aroma: Melon, Passion Fruit, Winery
Flavor: Herbal, Melony, Chocolaty, Winey
After Taste: Long and Round
Acidity: Fruity and Sweet
Body: Full
Overall: Melon, Herbal, Chocolate, Winey and Full Bodied

Happy Roasting,


Visit Us In Westlake Village

There’s always an open invitation waiting for you to join us at our cupping table in Westlake Village. To view a full listing of our coffees please visit our coffee offerings page.

Feel free to email us anytime or call to speak with our friendly staff M-F, 8AM – 4:30PM PST about our free shipping promotion for new customers, our current stock of Sumantran coffee, and how we can help improve your roasting business. 800.761.JAVA

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