INDONESIA SUMATRA GAYO G1
This exceptional coffee presents a bright clean cup in which caramel and chocolaty aromatics meet complex flavors of ripe fruit, sweet cinnamon, and a brown sugar aftertaste.
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TASTING NOTES: Dark Chocolate, Tobacco, Walnut, Brown Sugar
PROCESS: Wet Hull / Patio Drying
GEOGRAPHY: Region Aceh Highlands
VARIETY: Ateng Super, Tim-Tim, Abyssinia 3, Abyssinia 7, Bor-Bor, Ateng Pucuk Merah, Ateng Janda, Bourbon
For more details on this coffee read this post in the blog.
hOW MANY CUPS DOES 12 OUNCES MAKE?
12 oz Makes 24 cups
*Cup volume = 8 oz
WHAT IS THE C-MARKET? WHY DOES IT EXIST?
The C-Market, also known as the coffee commodity market, is where the global price of coffee is determined by traders at the New York Stock Exchange. The price of coffee on the C-Market shifts based on supply and demand, but also based on trader predictions about future supply and demand.
A lot of the activity on the C-Market revolves around futures contracts and these futures contracts are based on macro trends like Brazilian or Vietnamese outlook for coffee for the following year. It is not based on cost of production for an individual farmer, so in many ways, it is disconnected from the real cost of producing coffee, especially for a small farmer.
Importer: Genuine Origin
We Paid: $4.05/lb
Weight Loss: 14%*
Roasted Cost: $4.71
Bag & Label: Cost: $0.88
Total Production Cost: $5.91
*Coffee looses weight during the roasting process. The percentage of loss varies depending on many factors including (but not limited to) bean density and roast level. The darker the roast, the more weight is lost during roasting.
**Labor and other operating costs not included