In a small town by Takengon hills, Central Aceh lives a majority of peaceful Gayo tribe. Most of the locals work as coffee farmers from generation to generation.
Our farm existed since 1940, located at Kampung Ulunuwih, Totoruyet, Bebesen, Takengon, Central Aceh (Ulunuwih is taken from Gayo language, meaning everflowing mountain water springs) (meanwhile Totoruyet means root bridge). The first farmer was our grandfather, continued by our father. In 2000 there was a coffee tree rejuvenation by our father. By the time the classic nurturing system was using grounded cherry skins, gathered, and used as fertilizer for the farm. The cherry skins and silver skins from our huller’s grinding process was brought to the farm as fertilizer and as results by
For the harvest we routinely clear the wild grass around the coffee trees periodically, usually once per 2 – 3 months. We also prune the trees, cut away unimportant/unqualified stems/ branches. This nurturing process is done routinely every time we go to the farm. Mass harvest in Gayo happens in October.
We were informed of coffee contests named Cup of Excellence in 2021. We decided to participate and we are proud to say that our coffee can be introduced to the whole world by the Cup of Excellence. Thank you very much for the Cup of Excellence.
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Takengon, Aceh, Indonesia