Indonesian Frinsa Sunda Omni
We’re long time followers of the outputs of the Frinsa Estate. The Frinsa Edun has been a go-to coffee for anyone that’s looking for something a little (actually, quite a lot) funky. This time, we’re serving up the Frinsa Sunda. Think lactic, think cream, then you have the Sunda.
The same extended fermentation process, the same Andung Sari, Sigara Utang, Timor and Ateng varietals, just this time on the even more civilised side - so much so that it’s created a completely different profile and drinking experience.
Creamy lactic notes with stewed stone fruits, this coffee has a full mouth feel and some Indo earthiness.
The Frinsa collective was started in 2010 by producer Wildan and his wife Atieq Mustofa. With an eye on quality they have built up the collective and now have 6 main plots of land located in West-Java all at between 1300 and 1500 masl. They also own a wet mill, dry mill and a well ventilated storage facility (which is important in Indonesia) which means they have complete control over the whole process. This lot is from the 60 hectare Weninggalih plot and is made up of the Sigarar Utang, Andung Sari, Ateng, Timor (Borbor, Timtim) Varietals.