Sumatra was known in ancient times as the “Island of God.” Few places invoked a combined sense of awe, fear, and respect for nature like the island of Sumatra. Home of magical growing conditions for some of the world’s rarest coffee, Sumatra is also considered by many to be one of the premier growers of coffee in the world. Indonesia’s fertile volcanic soil gives its coffee a unique and unmistakable taste. The unique process called Giling Basah results in Sumatra’s trademark flavor profile” low acidity, a richness that lingers on the back of the palate, and a smooth, chocolatey finish.