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Sumatra Pantan Musara Natural

Pantan Musara, Aceh

Our Sumatra Pantan Musara Natural coffee offers a rich, full-bodied flavor with notes of papaya, apricot, guava, and lychee. Sourced from the lush highlands of Sumatra, these beans are grown sustainably and roasted to perfection, ensuring a velvety smooth finish with every cup. Its coffee producer Hendra Maulizar won #7 in the Cup of Excellence Indonesia in 2021 and #16 in 2022.


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Bean Origins

Coffee was introduced to Indonesia by the Dutch in the 1600s, with large plantations exploiting local labor under colonial rule. The 1860 novel Max Havelaar exposed the severe abuses and oppression faced by Indonesian coffee workers. In the 1860s and 1870s, a coffee-leaf-rust epidemic devastated the market, leading to the abandonment of many Dutch estates. Laborers then took over small plots, replanting with Robusta and disease-resistant hybrids.

Today, Indonesia is the fourth-largest coffee producer, with Sumatran coffees known for their earthy, savory, and herbaceous characteristics, influenced by a unique post-harvest processing method called Wet-Hulling (Giling Basah). Hendra Maulizar, the son of a coffee producer, started a processing station in 2010, expanding from one acre to 10 hectares. In 2014, he shifted to specialty coffee production, investing in post-harvest processing facilities. At his station in Aceh-Pantan Musara Village, he purchases cherries from 50 nearby farmers.

Flavor Notes





Pantan Musara, Aceh


Hendra Maulizar




Ateng Super



Brew as you like, but our roasting team suggests:

Simple AeroPress Recipe

This amazing natural Sumatran micro lot coffee truly excels with the AeroPress, which draws out its sweet, jammy viscosity. The brewing method highlights vibrant flavors of papaya, apricot, guava, and lychee, making for an exceptionally rich and fruity cup.

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