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Indonesia La Minita Estate Suku Batak - Natural Process - Green Coffee Beans

Indonesia La Minita Estate Suku Batak - Natural Process - Green Coffee Beans

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La Minita Indonesia Suku Batak is a consistently clean coffee with mellow acidity,  rich earthy flavors, heavy body, and slight herbal nuances.

La Minita has been long considered by many experts to be one of the world's most exquisite coffees. It is one of the last true Estate coffees, as they oversee and control every aspect of the coffee preparation, from nursery through final milling. For every 100 lbs picked, only 23 lbs will actually be packaged and given the "La Minita" name. You can learn more about this estate from their own website: www.laminita.com .

Our Estate Series is composed of coffees sourced from famous coffee-growing estates that meticulously oversee and control every aspect of coffee cultivation and preparation for unparalleled quality and flavor. Try our estate series to get a crystal-clear idea of what coffee of the highest quality really tastes like!

AcidityLow
BodyFull
CountryIndonesia
ProcessingNatural
RegionSouth East Asia / Pacific
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Bob P on Nov 14, 2020
price
John C on Dec 19, 2019
try new
Bob P on Nov 14, 2020
Working my way down the list
Bret M on Jun 30, 2020
price
John C on Dec 19, 2019
Indonesian
Chris on May 4, 2019
reviews, new customer
Barry Y on Sep 26, 2018
Something I haven’t tried yet
Tom J on Aug 20, 2018
Special long weekends and vacation time
William A. G on Feb 3, 2018
Its historical background.
Martin P on Jan 29, 2018
Working my way down the list
Bret M on Jun 30, 2020
Indonesian
Chris on May 4, 2019
How long are green coffee beans good for? I thought they was good pretty much until you roast them. I just roasted and wasn’t very pleasant. I may have gotten them June 2018. They have always been fantastic!
jeremy brown on Dec 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: In a Barista class I took, the general rule they taught was green coffee is good for 15 months, roasted coffee is good for 15 days and ground coffee is good for 15 minutes. This isn't exactly accurate but gets the idea across in an easy to remember way. Most of what I've read is green coffee is good for about a year. One thing to consider is green coffee is very absorbent and, if not sealed well, will take on flavors from the environment it is in.
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