As one of the best coffee producers, Sumatra is known for being one of the first places coffee was grown on a large scale.
Coffee production on the island of Sumatra is thought to have begun around 1884, near Lake Toba, which is the largest volcanic lake in the world. The taste of the coffee from Sumatra is often described as earthy, creamy, chocolaty, and even mushroomy.
The beans are typically low-acid (but this also has to do with the roast and processing). The most famous sub regions of Sumatra are Lintong close to Lake Toba, and Gayo in the Northern Aceh region.
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