Lintong, a Sumatran coffee often lesser known than Mandehling and Gayo, takes its
name from its home district of Lintongnihuta. The area is southwest of Lake Toba
(pictured) — one of the world’s deepest inland bodies of water — and rises to a high
plateau, offering ideal conditions for Arabica cultivation.
Cupping notes: Plum, kumquat, molasses; tart acidity, syrupy body