Terroir Indonesia Sumatra Orang Utan, coffee beans

Small-scale farmers in the Gayo highlands in the north of Sumatra tend to their coffee plants in accordance with the strictest orang-utan guidelines. They have to avoid agrochemicals and protect the rainforest with all its animals and plants. In return, the families receive a bonus for each kilo of green coffee. With another bonus, we support the Sumatran orang-utan protection programme, which protects Sumatran orang-utans in partnership with the Indonesian government.

Orang Utan Project Website

Productinformationcard PDF

Shelf life: 6 months
Consume the coffee as soon as possible after opening the package.
  • Degree of roast
  • Preparation
    espresso machine, fully automatic coffee machine, bialetti coffee maker, french press
  • Type
    espresso, cappuccino, latte macchiato
  • Haptic
    full mouthfeel
  • Aromas
    panettone, cloves, dark chocolate
  • Taste
    full-bodied taste, sweet
  • Sorts
    100 % Arabica

Country of origin



Gayo Highlands, Central Aceh

Farm Umang Isaq & Wih Bersih
Average altitude 900 to 2400 m.a.s.
Topography Steep crater slopes
Soil composition volcanic soil
Temperature 20 to 28 °C
Precipitation 1700 mm per year
Specials Special premiums from the coffee trade reward coffee farmers for their compliance with the demanding Orang Utan cultivation guidelines and support the Sumatra Orang Utan Protection Programme (SOCP) of the Swiss PanEco Foundation.

Botanical species Arabica
Botanical subspecies Tim Tim / Ateng
Harvesting method selective manual harvest
Harvest season March until May
Export time June until August
Bean size unscreened (90% 16+)
Preparation type semi-washed (8 to 10 hours fermented)
Bag size 60 kg