Wahana estate in North Sumatra, Indonesia is where Sumatra wahana natural coffee is cultivated and processed and it has become one of the foremost places where coffees are produced in Indonesia. The coffee variety is a hybrid of catimor and typica, and it is referred to as rasuna.
To make this coffee produced in Wahana estate to be environmental friendly, it is shade grown without the use of chemicals and only the best of the beans grown are handpicked and later sundried. The beans cultivated are dense, average to large size with medium chaff contents. Sumatra wahana natural coffee is basically acidic, fruity and medium bodied.
Notably, Sumatra wahana natural coffee has flavors that can look very much like that of spice, watermelon and strawberry combined into one. And when roasted, the flavors and scents usually look a bit different from one roast level to another. Sumatra wahana natural coffee can be roasted from medium to Vienna depending on the choice of individuals. When inside the cup, Sumatra wahana natural coffee has sweetness of banana and blackberry with a brief undertone of spices added to make it even better. Sumatra wahana natural coffee is very good for preparation of espresso.