City of Saints

Sumatra Sare Ate Gr1. Dark Roast

$19.95  per bag

Comforting & Rich

Medium-Dark Single Origins

This Sumatran coffee is warm and balanced with hints of baking spice, dark chocolate, and sweet tobacco.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Medium-Dark

Tasting Notes

Spice

Milk Chocolate

Roastiness

Origin

Country Of Origin

Sumatra

Sub Region

Aceh Tengah

Process

Wet-hulled
About the Roaster

When City of Saints Coffee Roasters enters a new community, it doesn’t just move there, it becomes a part of it. From its Brooklyn industrial roasting space to a friendly corner in Hoboken, New Jersey, City of Saints brings an inclusive and light-hearted spirit wherever it goes. That attitude extends to its sourcing practices rooted in open-mindedness (illustrated by their mantra: "Drink what you like") and a commitment to building sustainable relationships.

Location

Brooklyn, NY

Fun Fact

This roaster is named after the city of Harar in Ethiopia.

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About the Roaster

City of Saints

Brooklyn, NY

When City of Saints Coffee Roasters enters a new community, it doesn’t just move there, it becomes a part of it. From its Brooklyn industrial roasting space to a friendly corner in Hoboken, New Jersey, City of Saints brings an inclusive and light-hearted spirit wherever it goes. That attitude extends to its sourcing practices rooted in open-mindedness (illustrated by their mantra: "Drink what you like") and a commitment to building sustainable relationships.
Fun Fact
This roaster is named after the city of Harar in Ethiopia.