Organic Sumatra Dark Roast Coffee

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Organic Sumatra Dark Roast Coffee

The tried and true roast for those who want to skeep over the light stuff and go straight for the dark. Lush, syrupy body dripping with rich golden dark roast tones (we know people who call Sumatra, "King of the Dark Roasts") with surprising clarity and deep sweetness. Notes of dates, pine, semi-sweet chocolate, grape leaves, citrus and nut reveal as the cup cools.

  • 14 oz. of Whole Bean Coffee
  • Certified USDA Organic & Fair Trade
  • Single origin coffee ethically-sourced from the two cooperatives in the Takengon Highlands of Sumatra

Region: Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia

Process: Wet hulled, dried in the sun

How we do things:

  • We roast every Thursday morning in Minneapolis, so you can know you're getting fresh roasted coffee.  A slight difference between the grocery store whose beans have been oxidizing for weeks, if not months, by the time they make it to your kitchen table. Orders that are placed before the end of the business day on Wednesday will be included in that week's batch.
  • We only sell whole bean coffee. We want you to have the freshest coffee experience. Pre-ground coffee increases oxidation and begins to lose its flavors, aromas, and sugars within 20-30 minutes. Whole bean coffee stays fresh and flavorful for 3 weeks.
  • We package our coffee in 100% Compostable Kraft bags. The added cost for eco-friendly packaging is worth it to us knowing that our bags won't still be here in 100 years.
  • Bags include a one-way valve to help preserve freshness.

Who we are:

Emiliani Coffee is a specialty coffee roasting company based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. We specialize in organic coffees that are ethically produced and roasted-to-order fresh. And we do all of this to bring kids home, giving $1 from every bag we sell to organizations that are fighting for kids in the foster care and adoption system.

Dedicated to: Angela McQueen

Every roast at Emiliani Coffee is dedicated to someone we see as a hero who embodied the same love for kids that we see in St. Jerome, the people who have fought for kids. The hope is that through the sharing of their stories, we will all learn from and be inspired by them. This roast is dedicated to one of our modern day inspirations: Angela McQueen of Matoon, Illinois. Angela is a math and phy ed. teacher in the small town of Matoon where she threw herself at a student who began firing a semi-automatic weapon in the lunchroom; putting a stop to what could have been a devastating tragedy. While everyone who knows Angela emphasizes the way that she is never one to seek the limelight, her heroic acts and love for kids immediately thrust her into the public eye as an inspiration of what a life lived for others and what sacrificing one’s self for kids looks like. To learn more about Angela and her story, click here.