APKO (Asosiasi Petani Kopi Organik) co-operative has about 800 members from 15 villages. They receive a parchment with 35% - 40% moisture from collectors of co-operatives around villages in Aceh Tengah and Bener Meriah districts. ASKOGO (Asosiasi Kopi Gayo Organic) co-operative has about 750 members in 13 villages. With a collector for each village with their own wet processing station, this allows collectors to bring in ripe cherries which are pulped and dried before sending out as parchment. They have women hand-sorting for QA in their in-house laboratory to reduce the number of defects. In Ujang Jaya Warehouse, this parchment is dried, wet-hulled (Giling Basah) and dried again to get final the outcome of ungraded green coffees with approx. 14% - 16% moisture.


Region  -  Aceh Gayo

Producer – APKO Co-op

Altitude  - 1110-1160 masl

Process Method  -  semi-washed

Acidity  - 

Body  - 

Flavour  -  Honey, stone fruits, apricot, caramel