Sumatran Rasuna beans are grown at the Wahana Estate, which was established in 2005. The estate covers over 500 hectares, and is famous for the quality of coffee produced. The climate in Sidikalang offers optimum growing conditions, resulting in some amazing coffee. Currently, there are 13 different local and international varietals grown in Wahana Estate. While it is still a fairly new operation, it continues to develop and grow as time goes on.
Indonesia’s most popular coffee export is robusta. But we don’t like drinking coffee that tastes like leather. And neither do you. Wahana Estate produces ONLY arabica varietals. Since becoming established Wahana Estates coffee has featured at several World Coffee Championships. This coffee is of the Rasuna varietal and is packed with subtle stonefruit and citrus tasting notes. If you’ve never experienced Indonesian grown specialty coffee, make this your first! We only ever dabble in the finest coffees on planet. So you know we’re not going to let you down with this juicy little number.