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Gayo coffee is an arabica coffee variety which is one of the leading commodities originating from the Gayo Highlands, Central Aceh, Indonesia. Gayo coffee has a very distinctive aroma and taste. Most of the existing coffee, the bitter taste is still left on our tongues, but not so in Gayo coffee. The bitter taste is almost non-existent in this coffee. The original taste of Gayo coffee is found in the fragrant coffee aroma and the savory taste is almost not bitter.
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Aceh is located at the northern tip of the island of Sumatra and has various types of uniqueness, ranging from culture, customs, culinary specialties, beautiful landscapes to other unique things. Not only that, Aceh is also known as one of the largest Arabica coffee production centers not only in Indonesia, but also in Asia with good coffee quality at the world level. His coffee is better known as "Gayo" coffee because of the characteristic aroma and taste of the coffee. Gayo coffee is an arabica coffee variety which is one of the leading commodities originating from the Gayo Highlands, Central Aceh, Indonesia.
Plantations in Gayo, Central Aceh are on average at an altitude of 1,000 to 1,200 meters above sea level. The location is around the city of Takengon and close to Lake Tawar. The majority of the tribes living in this area are Gayo people. The plantations in this area are managed by individuals and the plants are grown in shade (shade grown coffee). The seeds produced are arabica seeds which are suitable for planting here.
ARABICA GAYO COFFEE FLAVOR CHARACTER
Gayo coffee's strong character, low acidity with a hint of spice makes it very popular, especially in the United States and Europe. The clean character makes it sell well as a house blend. The characteristic of Gayo Arabica Coffee is that it tends to have an inconsistent taste. This is because coffee plantations in the Gayo Highlands area have different heights, and various cultivation methods. If coffee is grown in different areas, with different heights, and with various varieties, it is possible that the characteristics of physical quality and taste will also be different.