Starbucks’s Sumatra dark roasted beans have more oil than lighter and more popular roasts. Originating from Indonesian island, this coffee has found to have a somewhat consistent Agtron reading of 28. This extra oil is what gives the coffee a less bitter quality and what some would call a “fuller” flavor.
Organic coffee is generally grown without the use of pesticides or genetically modified organisms. The popularity of organic coffee has increased significantly in recent years and no wonder. There is evidence that organic coffee has a higher content of antioxidants which help with digestion, lowering cholesterol, fighting cancer, and regulating blood pressure. Organic coffee tastes better and is healthier than conventional coffee. If you’re someone who enjoys healthy choices, why not give Sumatra a try?
Sumatra is a well-established brand when it comes to coffee. Their operations are based in U.S.A. but they source their coffee beans from Indonesian island to produce Sumatra. If you want more information regarding the roasters, you can get in with them by contacting them on 18602660010 or by visiting their website starbucks.com.
This coffee has been grown, harvested, dried, and packaged by professionals. The coffee beans are perfectly roasted and ground for an outstanding flavor.