Boyd's Coffee Introduces Organic Sumatran Aceh, A Limited Edition Coffee

Oct. 3, 2017
Boyd’s Coffee is introducing Organic Sumatran Aceh (pronounced AH-chay), a limited-time-only coffee from the northern tip of Sumatra. This medium-roast, 100% Arabica coffee is smooth yet full-bodied and showcases Boyd’s sourcing and blending craftsmanship. Boyd’s limited-edition coffee program supports Sumatra, one of the world’s most recognized regions for quality coffee.
The Boyd’s Coffee limited-edition coffee program is offered each quarter to foodservice customers to showcase unique coffees with authentic origin stories to allow customers to make a connection with their coffee selection. Coffee from Sumatra, the western-most island in Indonesia, is intriguing and complex, due to the large number of small-holder producers who pick the coffee by hand and use the unique giling basah (wet hulling) processing technique.
“This process helps give the coffee a heavy body and low acidity, perfect for a full roast without getting too dark, “ said Roastmaster Randy Layton. The growers in the Aceh territory produce only one percent of the world’s coffee supply.
This limited-edition coffee is available while supplies last in ground portion packs, 40 packets of 3-ounce coffee per case or in whole bean one-pound packages, 10 packages per case. For more information, contact Boyd’s Coffee at 800-545-4077.
About Boyd’s Coffee: Boyd’s Coffee is one of the oldest family-owned coffee companies in the world. Founded in 1900 in Portland, Oregon, Boyd’s has a long, storied history of helping restaurants, hotels and convenience stores attract and keep customers by providing them with consistently excellent coffee, tea and other beverages.
At Boyd’s, we don’t believe that coffee bestows status or makes a statement about the person who drinks it. We believe that people are capable of making their own statements. We hold that coffee is fuel not fashion. It is what it has always been: a reward for good work, done well and a kick in the pants to get back out there and do some more. That’s the legacy of coffee in America and that’s the Boyd’s legacy as well.