Blue Bianca is produced in the highland plateau of Onang Ganjang in Sumatra by small holding farmers. Fresh cherry is picked, pulped and fermented for 12 hours without water. Then the cherry is hulled and parchment washed and left to dry for two days. The parchment is then removed using the Giling Basa process of wet hulling, a process unique to Sumatra. Green beans are allowed to dry for a further 5 days after which they are hand sorted and left for a period of 30 days to rest before ready for shipping. Blue Bianca is prepared by a young local processor in Dolok Sangul.
This is a truly unique coffee that stands out on the cupping table. Distinctive, bursting with character and setting a standard for top end Indonesian coffee.