Garmindo is women-produced coffee, named for the co-operative (Gayo Arabica Mahkota Indonesia Cooperative) that the women farm owners belong to in Sumatra.
The women bring their coffee in cherry form to a collection point where it is de-pulped, fermented underwater for 12 hours, and given a pre-dry before undergoing the Wet-Hulling process. The coffee is dried on patios and typically takes 2–3 days under sunny conditions.
Garmindo is a refreshing coffee with notes of sweet ripe grapefruit and rich, juicy complexity. This coffee is organic, fair trade, and produced by women farm owners.